Pro SharePoint 2010 Solution Development

Combining .NET, SharePoint, and Office 2010

  • Authors
  • Ed Hild
  • Chad Wach

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Ed Hild, Chad Wach
    Pages 1-8
  3. Ed Hild, Chad Wach
    Pages 9-24
  4. Ed Hild, Chad Wach
    Pages 25-40
  5. Ed Hild, Chad Wach
    Pages 41-65
  6. Ed Hild, Chad Wach
    Pages 67-100
  7. Ed Hild, Chad Wach
    Pages 101-126
  8. Ed Hild, Chad Wach
    Pages 127-163
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    Pages 213-238
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    Pages 239-270
  11. Ed Hild, Chad Wach
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  12. Ed Hild, Chad Wach
    Pages 325-356
  13. Ed Hild, Chad Wach
    Pages 357-361
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 363-375

About this book


This book takes a practical problem-solution approach to common business challenges. You’ll not only encounter interesting code samples, but also see how to combine these examples with the Microsoft collaboration platform’s services. The book’s solutions focus on using Visual Studio 2008 and its built-in Office development tools to construct the user interface layer. And solutions can interact with SharePoint as a service provider, taking advantage of SharePoint’s many collaboration features like document repositories, collaboration sites, and search functions.

This book is unique because it starts with challenges that end users deal with every day when using the Microsoft collaboration platform to support business processes. The solutions are presented as hypothetical business challenges of a fictional company. By presenting the examples in this context, author Ed Hild makes it easier to relate to the challenges and solution value. The goal of these examples is to build applications that apply the benefits of the Office desktop interface to the richness of SharePoint collaboration features. This book will help you develop real-world solutions to complex business problems and challenges.


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