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Presented at SharePoint Evolution conference, London, in April 2010.

Presented at SharePoint Evolution conference, London, in April 2010.

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  • 1. Build a SharePointwebsite in 60 minutes
    DD101
    Ben Robb
  • 2. Ben Robb, MVP
    CTO, cScape Ltd
    http://www.cscape.com
    ben@cscape.com
  • 3. Agenda
    Environment set up
    Content import
    RAD cycle
    Packaging in Visual Studio
  • 4. Environment setup
    Base development toolkit
    Scripted installs
    Development environment topology
  • 5. Building a development environment
    Use scripting to standardize your environments
  • 6. RAD cycle
    Review design for issues
    Use SPD to:
    Rapidly build your brand
    Build aggregation, navigation and other assets
    Configure your site
    Get a site up and running quickly
    Build stubs for custom controls
  • 7. RAD Cycle
    Quickly get your brand into SharePoint
  • 8. Professional Development
    Package into a Visual Studio project for deployment
    Use source control and build automation
    Use Visual Studio tooling and CKS:DEV to streamline project development
    Build custom controls
    Build test projects
  • 9. Development
    Make your SharePoint project robust and professional
  • 10. Deployment
    Try to get to 1-click deployment models via Powershell scripts and WSPs
    Build automation:
    Reduces human error
    Reduces costs of regression cycle
    Import content
    Script for simple scenarios
    Use migration tools for complex cases
  • 11. Key takeaways
    Script as much as possible
    Use SPD as a RAD tool to get you going
    Move into Visual Studio for ALM
    Script as much as possible
  • 12. Related sessions
    DEV103
    What’s New in Web Content Management in SharePoint Server 2010 [Andrew Connell]
    DD107
    Unit Testing SharePoint [Andrew Woodward, Eric Shupps]
    DD115
    Managing the SharePoint Application Lifecycle [Chris O’Brien]
  • 13. Thank you for attending!