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Table Of Contents

About This Book
How to Use This Book
How This Book Is Organized
Part I: Understanding the SharePoint Development Platform
Part III: Exploring Standalone SharePoint Development Tools
Part IV: Unleashing the Programmer Within
Part V: The Part of Tens
Icons Used In This Book
Chapter 1
Everyone Can Be a SharePoint Developer
Tracing the Origins of SharePoint
So What Exactly Is SharePoint, Anyway?
Starting with the roots — computer hardware
Software that talks to the hardware — the operating system
Software frameworks and servers — .NET and IIS
A computer language for the Web — ASP.NET
A finished product — SharePoint Server
Untangling the versions and editions of SharePoint
Climbing the SharePoint development ladder
Chapter 2
Introducing SharePoint Online
Why SharePoint Online Is Becoming So Popular
Exploring the Benefits of SharePoint Online
Data center and hardware
Software platform
Backup, redundancy, and security
Figuring Out Where SharePoint Online Is Going
Redefining What It Means to Be a Developer
Types of SharePoint Development
Meet your good friend, the Web browser
Exploring the SharePoint tools
Getting down to the DNA level with programming
SharePoint Development Tools
Cracking open the Web browser
Microsoft Office tools
Standalone tools
Programming tools
Creating a SharePoint Site
Looking for a wheel instead of reinventing one
Starting with a blank slate
Developing SharePoint Pages
Introducing the types of SharePoint pages
Master pages, application pages, and site pages
Grasping page-creation basics
Creating a content page
Dragging-and-dropping your way to a Web Part page
Creating a publishing page
Developing Your Own Navigation
Wrangling Data on Your Pages
Knowing your list options
Checking out the available libraries
Creating a list or library
Developing a list
Packaging groups of site columns with content types
Developing a Custom Look and Feel
Applying a theme to your site
Importing an Office theme into SharePoint
Creating themes with Theme Builder
Changing the master page
Reusing Your Development Efforts with Templates
Saving a site as a template
Activating a site template
Saving lists and libraries as templates
Providing a Home for Spreadsheets in SharePoint
Moving Excel into your SharePoint site
Publishing only pieces of Excel
Editing an Excel Spreadsheet from the Browser
Developing Data-Analysis Applications with Excel
Flipping data around with PivotTables
Slicing up the data
Gorging on data with PowerPivot
Analyzing OLAP cube data with Excel
Creating visualizations with Excel
Revving Up SharePoint with Excel Services
Tallying results with Excel Calculation Services
Embedding a spreadsheet with Excel Web Access
Excel Web Services
Designing Dazzling Forms with InfoPath
Starting with the InfoPath Ribbon
Making a form Web-capable
Designing a form’s look and feel
Making forms smarter using rules and views
Making forms communicate with data connections
Understanding form templates
Building an address submission form
Starting out the easy way with templates
Reusing form functionality with template parts
Making InfoPath Available in SharePoint with Form Services
Embedding forms in SharePoint pages
Creating form libraries
Customizing SharePoint list forms
Choosing List forms versus Library forms
Requiring approval for forms
Adding Code to InfoPath Forms
Making Visio Diagrams Available to Everyone with Visio Services
Embedding a Visio diagram
Linking Web Parts in a Visio diagram
Extending a Visio Web Drawing Using JavaScript
Collaborating on Workflows with Visio and SharePoint
Creating a picture from a workflow
Creating a workflow from a picture
Setting up libraries for Word documents
Server properties in Word
Working with Word from the Browser
Introducing Word Automation Services in SharePoint
Peering into the Looking Glass with SharePoint Designer
Taking a Spin around SharePoint Designer
Finding site-creation tools
Unwrapping the Ribbon
Steering the navigation features
Configuring with Settings windows
Viewing gallery windows
Developing in Editor windows
Introducing other helpful features
Taking SharePoint Development Beyond the Browser
Developing pages
Developing views for lists
Styling your page with CSS
Customizing a SharePoint workflow
Understanding Reporting Services
Touring Reporting Services and its reports
Managing the contents of reports
Setting up a library for reports
Taking a Spin around Report Builder
Building a report
Displaying a report in SharePoint
Zooming in on PerformancePoint Services
Launching Dashboard Designer
Show me the data
Understanding dashboard items
Introducing Visual Studio
Getting into an Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
Telling the Visual Studio editions apart
Examining the .NET Framework
Installing the SharePoint Tools
Taking a Spin around Visual Studio
Checking out SharePoint projects in Visual Studio
Peering into SharePoint
Organizing Your Visual Studio Solutions
Adding projects to solutions
Bundling projects into features
Packaging files into a Web Solution Package
Discover the SharePoint Software Development Kit
Using the SharePoint Developer Dashboard
Playing Nicely in Your Sandbox
Understanding SharePoint Programming
Introducing Object-Oriented Programming
Discovering the SharePoint Object Model
Distinguishing server OM from client OM
Listing your lists
Making SharePoint Accessible with Web Services
Show me the services
REST-based Web Services
Lighting Up Your Site with Silverlight
Understanding the need for Silverlight
Exploring Silverlight development
Enhancing Your Portal with JavaScript
Understanding Web Parts
Discovering How SharePoint Uses Web Parts
Visualizing Your Web Part
Building a Visual Web Part
Creating Features, Packages, and Solutions
Exploring Feature Designer
Wrapping your work in Package Designer
Moving Your Hard Work to SharePoint
Installing a package
Deploying a solution
Getting Your Head around PowerShell
PowerShell and SharePoint
Entering cmdlets into PowerShell
Putting SharePoint cmdlets to work
Finding SharePoint cmdlets
Asking PowerShell for cmdlet help
Moving Beyond Simple cmdlets
Saving a value with variables
Adding logic
Working with PowerShell functions
Writing PowerShell Scripts
The Part of Tens
Web Browser
SharePoint Designer
Visual Studio
Report Builder
Dashboard Designer
Developer Dashboard
SharePoint on Windows 7
SharePoint Developer Center
Office Developer Center
Developing Applications Guide
Channel 9 Developer Course
Software Development Kit
SharePoint 2010 Guides
Planning Guide
Deployment Guide
Setting up a SharePoint development environment
Deployment Planning Services
Microsoft Hosted Information
SharePoint 2010 Developer Training Kit
Magazines and Blogs
Streamline Customer Data Maintenance
Help Employees Help Themselves
Allow for Personal Portal Space
Move Infrastructure to the Cloud
Glossar y of SharePoint Development Terms
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