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  • SharePoint Best Practices ReadiDepth Jeremy Thake Senior Consultant, Readify Discover, Master, Influence 1
  • Agenda • Painting a picture • Team development • Deployment • Tools • Celebrity Deathmatch
  • SharePoint Best Practices - ReadiDepth PAINTING A PICTURE
  • Development DEV INTEGRATION UAT PRODUCTION
  • Content and artifacts – Artifacts • Master Pages, Page Layouts, Style Sheets, Images, Web Parts, Content Types, List Templates, Event Receivers, Workflows, InfoPath Forms, Site Columns, Custom Fields – Content • List Item Instances – Pages, Documents, Tasks • Site Instances – Team Sites, Document Workspaces
  • Synchronising Environments • Hard to do two way syncs • Storage – 12 Hive – Content Databases – Web Application Web.Configs – Web Applications, Site Collections, Sites, Lists object properties – Assemblies (GAC, Web Application bin directories) – Components • ASP.NET 3.5
  • More than one way to skin a cat • Web User Interface • SharePoint Designer • Custom scripts • Solution Development
  • SharePoint Best Practices - ReadiDepth TEAM DEVELOPMENT
  • Environments • Need SharePoint running on development environment • Visual Studio 2008 / SQL 2005
  • Source Control • Team Foundation Server – Shared Check outs – Labelling – Branching
  • Code Analysis • Disposing of SPWeb • Iterating through object collections
  • Code Manageability • Structure
  • Visual Studio Team Edition Load Testing Tools
  • SharePoint Best Practices - ReadiDepth DEPLOYMENT
  • Automated Build Scripts • Powershell
  • Continuous Integration
  • Traps Avoid • Moving artifacts and content to environments using: – Backup/Restore – SharePoint Designer Export/Import
  • SharePoint Development Best Practices - ReadiDepth TOOLS
  • Content Deployment Wizard • http://www.codeplex.com/SPDeploymentWizard
  • SharePoint Development Best Practices - ReadiDepth DEMONSTRATION Content Deployment Wizard to move content into Dev Environment
  • STSDEV
  • SharePoint Development Best Practices - ReadiDepth DEMONSTRATION STSDEV to create workflow with InfoPath integration
  • WSPBuilder
  • SharePoint Development Best Practices - ReadiDepth DEMONSTRATION WSPBuilder to create Web Part Solution
  • SP Deploy • http://code.google.com/p/rapid-tools/
  • SharePoint Development Best Practices - ReadiDepth DEMONSTRATION SP Deploy to create Site Structure
  • SharePoint Inspector
  • SharePoint Development Best Practices - ReadiDepth DEMONSTRATION SharePoint Inspector for debugging
  • VSeWSS – Solution Generator
  • SharePoint Development Best Practices - ReadiDepth DEMONSTRATION Solution Generator to create SharePoint List Template Solution
  • SharePoint Development Best Practices - ReadiDepth CELEBRITY DEATHMATCH
  • SharePoint Designer vs Visual Studio Workflows
  • SharePoint Lists vs SQL Database Tables
  • InfoPath Forms vs ASP.NET Forms
  • Site Features vs Site Templates
  • Web.Config vs SharePoint Lists vs Web Service Configuration Management • Web.config • SharePoint List • Web Service / Database
  • SharePoint Development Best Practices - ReadiDepth SUMMARY
  • Points to take away • Nothing gets into an environment without a Solution WSP Package • All artifacts are stored in source control • Choose your weapons wisely
  • For more information • Jeremy Thake’s blog – http://wss.made4the.net/ • Jeremy Thake’s Diigo Social bookmarks – http://www.diigo.com/user/jthake/ • Perth SharePoint User Group – Richard Greene – Implementing BDC – Tommy Segoro – Comparing Development Tools – Clinton Cherry – Semantic Search Add-on
  • A Readify Developer Network session By Jeremy Thake, Senior Consultant, Readify Email Address: jeremy.thake@readify.net RDN Website: www.readify.net/rdn Discover, Master, Influence 40