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Pro ASP.NET SharePoint 2010 Solutions

Techniques for Building SharePoint Functionality into ASP.NET Applications

By Dave Milner

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Pro ASP.NET SharePoint 2010 Solutions will walk you through steps needed to successfully build and deploy ASP.NET solutions within the SharePoint platform.

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-4302-3111-0
  • 368 Pages
  • User Level: Intermediate
  • Publication Date: December 28, 2010
  • Available eBook Formats: EPUB, MOBI, PDF

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Full Description

You’ve run into this issue numerous times. You are developing an ASP.NET application, and you need to incorporate functionality that comes pre-packaged in SharePoint. Wikis, blogs, document management, user authentication, access management—common needs across a variety of solutions.

Without guidance and examples, interacting with underlying SharePoint components can be challenging, and working with the different SharePoint APIs is complicated. This book will introduce you to a variety of techniques to master the art of developing ASP.NET applications that are built upon a SharePoint foundation. With these techniques you can start using SharePoint as a development platform to enhance and complement your ASP.NET development.

You’ll explore:

  • Integration with SharePoint components
  • The SharePoint/.NET/IIS implementation
  • Configuration management
  • Code Access Security
  • Feature packaging
  • Proper use of SharePoint APIs
  • Advanced deployment techniques
Pro ASP.NET Sharepoint 2010 walks you through all of the steps needed to successfully build and deploy ASP.NET solutions within the SharePoint platform. You'll then be able to greatly enhance your applications and build unique solutions that are a mixture of SharePoint and ASP.NET.

What you’ll learn

  • How to use SharePoint as a development platform
  • How to build SharePoint features such as authentication, document management, and wikis and blogs into an ASP.NET application
  • How to migrate an existing application from ASP.NET into SharePoint
  • Understand the SharePoint / .NET / IIS implementation
  • Different approaches to packaging ASP.NET within SharePoint

Who this book is for

This book is for ASP.NET developers who want to incorporate the functionality of SharePoint into their applications. Readers familiar with either ASP.NET development or with SharePoint will find valuable information which will greatly enhance their solutions and allow them to build solid, professional applications with minimal effort.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. SharePoint as a Development Platform
  2. Visual Studio 2010—Advancing the SharePoint Development Environment
  3. SharePoint, IIS, and the .NET Framework
  4. SharePoint Architecture—File System, Database, and the Provider Pattern
  5. Web Parts and Master Pages
  6. The Client Object Model
  7. Business Connectivity Services
  8. Touch Points—Integrating SharePoint 2010 and ASP.NET
  9. Medium Touch Point Solutions
  10. High Touch Point Solutions
  11. Index
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