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Session I presented at the SharePoint User Group in London in January 2010

Session I presented at the SharePoint User Group in London in January 2010

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  • 1. Introduction to SharePoint Designer 2010
    Ben Robb
    MVP, SharePoint Server
    CTO, cScape Ltd
  • 2. Quiz
    How many of you love using SharePoint Designer 2007 to build their applications?
    What are the pain points you have seen using SPD 2007?
    Unstable
    Difficult to package and deploy applications built in SPD
    Doesn’t fit into an ALM process
    Gives too much power to the users
    Too many actions can only be done in the browser
    Messes with your HTML
    Slow
    Unstable
  • 3. Evolution of SharePoint Designer
    Note:
    SharePoint Designer 2010 is not compatible with SharePoint 2007
  • 4. How do you get SharePoint Designer 2010?
    You will be able to get it for FREE (like the current version)
    www.microsoft.com/spd
    Public beta out now
  • 5. Why use SharePoint Designer 2010?
    Why?
    • SPD is THE Tool for building powerful applications on top of SharePoint
    • 6. No Code is required to make rich reusable solutions
    Who?
    • Power Users and Site Admins
    • 7. IT Devs and Pros to prototype solutions quickly
    • 8. Definitely NOT everyone in the company!
  • 10. Restrict SharePoint Designer
    Web Application level restrictions
    Central Admin -> General Application Settings -> SharePoint Designer Settings
    Site Collection level restrictions
    Site Collection Site Settings -> SharePoint Designer Settings
  • 9. 9. New User Experience with Summary Pages, Ribbon and quick launch navigation
  • 10. 8. Create SharePoint Content
    Lists, Pages, Subsites etc
  • 11. 7. Configure Site Security
  • 12. Site Metadata CustomizationsSecurity
    Demo
  • 13. 6. Create New Content Types and attach to Lists directly
  • 14. 5. Create Site Assets to store files needed for the site
  • 15. 4. XSLT List View Web Parts… Everywhere!
    Easily manipulated in SPD and through the browser
  • 16. Managing Data
    Demo
  • 17. 3. Connect to Data Sources outside of SharePoint
  • 18. 2. Create Business Connectivity Services External Content Types
  • 19. Connecting to External Data
    Demo
  • 20. 1. Create Powerful Reusable Workflows
    List Workflows
    Reusable Workflows
    Site Workflows
  • 21. Workflows
    Demo
  • 22. 0. Not really SPD
  • 23. Thank You!
    • Connect with me in the pub
    • 24. Questions?