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Webcast da Copa de Talentos Microsoft sobre a customização do SharePoint 2010.

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  • Today we're going to cover one small part of what you need to know to be a SharePoint developer. The whole series, the rest of the nine Web casts that will be coming in the following weeks, will cover other aspects of the SharePoint world, and things that you should know to be able to develop in SharePoint. What we're going to talk about today is the Web Parts infrastructure in SharePoint, how it relates to the Web part infrastructure in ASP.NET 2.0. We'll build a Web part very quickly and easily. It will take about two minutes. We'll deploy that Web part. We'll talk about security in Web Parts, what's good access security, what does that mean, how does that impact the solutions you're going to build. We'll talk a little bit about how you can expose Web part properties, how you can get configuration information into your Web part. We'll talk about connecting Web Parts to one another so that you can take smaller Web Parts and connect them into more meaningful solutions. And we'll talk about user controls and how they fit into the Web part framework.
  • Today we're going to cover one small part of what you need to know to be a SharePoint developer. The whole series, the rest of the nine Web casts that will be coming in the following weeks, will cover other aspects of the SharePoint world, and things that you should know to be able to develop in SharePoint. What we're going to talk about today is the Web Parts infrastructure in SharePoint, how it relates to the Web part infrastructure in ASP.NET 2.0. We'll build a Web part very quickly and easily. It will take about two minutes. We'll deploy that Web part. We'll talk about security in Web Parts, what's good access security, what does that mean, how does that impact the solutions you're going to build. We'll talk a little bit about how you can expose Web part properties, how you can get configuration information into your Web part. We'll talk about connecting Web Parts to one another so that you can take smaller Web Parts and connect them into more meaningful solutions. And we'll talk about user controls and how they fit into the Web part framework.
  • Today we're going to cover one small part of what you need to know to be a SharePoint developer. The whole series, the rest of the nine Web casts that will be coming in the following weeks, will cover other aspects of the SharePoint world, and things that you should know to be able to develop in SharePoint. What we're going to talk about today is the Web Parts infrastructure in SharePoint, how it relates to the Web part infrastructure in ASP.NET 2.0. We'll build a Web part very quickly and easily. It will take about two minutes. We'll deploy that Web part. We'll talk about security in Web Parts, what's good access security, what does that mean, how does that impact the solutions you're going to build. We'll talk a little bit about how you can expose Web part properties, how you can get configuration information into your Web part. We'll talk about connecting Web Parts to one another so that you can take smaller Web Parts and connect them into more meaningful solutions. And we'll talk about user controls and how they fit into the Web part framework.
  • Today we're going to cover one small part of what you need to know to be a SharePoint developer. The whole series, the rest of the nine Web casts that will be coming in the following weeks, will cover other aspects of the SharePoint world, and things that you should know to be able to develop in SharePoint. What we're going to talk about today is the Web Parts infrastructure in SharePoint, how it relates to the Web part infrastructure in ASP.NET 2.0. We'll build a Web part very quickly and easily. It will take about two minutes. We'll deploy that Web part. We'll talk about security in Web Parts, what's good access security, what does that mean, how does that impact the solutions you're going to build. We'll talk a little bit about how you can expose Web part properties, how you can get configuration information into your Web part. We'll talk about connecting Web Parts to one another so that you can take smaller Web Parts and connect them into more meaningful solutions. And we'll talk about user controls and how they fit into the Web part framework.
  • Today we're going to cover one small part of what you need to know to be a SharePoint developer. The whole series, the rest of the nine Web casts that will be coming in the following weeks, will cover other aspects of the SharePoint world, and things that you should know to be able to develop in SharePoint. What we're going to talk about today is the Web Parts infrastructure in SharePoint, how it relates to the Web part infrastructure in ASP.NET 2.0. We'll build a Web part very quickly and easily. It will take about two minutes. We'll deploy that Web part. We'll talk about security in Web Parts, what's good access security, what does that mean, how does that impact the solutions you're going to build. We'll talk a little bit about how you can expose Web part properties, how you can get configuration information into your Web part. We'll talk about connecting Web Parts to one another so that you can take smaller Web Parts and connect them into more meaningful solutions. And we'll talk about user controls and how they fit into the Web part framework.
  • Today we're going to cover one small part of what you need to know to be a SharePoint developer. The whole series, the rest of the nine Web casts that will be coming in the following weeks, will cover other aspects of the SharePoint world, and things that you should know to be able to develop in SharePoint. What we're going to talk about today is the Web Parts infrastructure in SharePoint, how it relates to the Web part infrastructure in ASP.NET 2.0. We'll build a Web part very quickly and easily. It will take about two minutes. We'll deploy that Web part. We'll talk about security in Web Parts, what's good access security, what does that mean, how does that impact the solutions you're going to build. We'll talk a little bit about how you can expose Web part properties, how you can get configuration information into your Web part. We'll talk about connecting Web Parts to one another so that you can take smaller Web Parts and connect them into more meaningful solutions. And we'll talk about user controls and how they fit into the Web part framework.
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    • 1. Community Launch 2010Customizando o SharePoint 2010
      Marcel Medina
      SharePoint Developer
      Microsoft Trainer
      Wagner Amorim
      SharePoint Specialist
      Done IT
      Thiago Silva
      SharePoint Developer
      Done IT
    • 2. Agenda
      Apresentação
      Objetivo
      SharePoint 2010
      Workflows no SharePoint 2010
      Desenvolvimento no SharePoint 2010
      Customizando a UI
      Perguntas & Respostas
    • 3. Apresentação
      Wagner Amorim
      Done IT
      www.canalsharepoint.com.br
      waamorim.spaces.live.com
      MCPD Web Developer
      MCTS (Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 - configuração e desenvolvimento);
      Líder da Comunidade Canal Sharepoint com vários artigos publicados nos sites www.linhadecodigo.com.br e www.canalsharepoint.com.br
      Tem atuado fortemente nos fóruns Microsoft TechNet e MSDN voltados para a tecnologia SharePoint.
    • 4. Apresentação
      Marcel Medina
      SharePoint Developer @ Practiv (NZ)
      http://sharepoint4developers.spaces.live.com
      http://sharepoint4developersnz.spaces.live.com
      http://www.canalsharepoint.com.br/marcelmedina
      Tem atuadoativamentenacomunidade SharePoint com a publicação de artigos e comomoderador no CanalSharePoint.
      Possui as seguintesCertificações Microsoft:
      MCT (2008 / 2009 / 2010)
      MCPD (Enterprise Application Developer);
      MCTS (Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Application Development);
      MCTS (.Net Framework 2.0 Distributed Applications);
      MCTS (.Net Framework 2.0 Web Applications);
      MCTS (.Net Framework 2.0 Windows Applications);
      MCSD (For Microsoft .NET);
      MCAD (For Microsoft .NET);
      MCDBA (Microsoft SQL Server 2000).
    • 5. Apresentação
      Thiago Silva
      Done IT
      http://www.canalsharepoint.com.br/thiagosilva
      http://thiagottss.spaces.live.com/blog/
      Twitter: thiagottss
      MCTS (Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 - configuração e desenvolvimento);
      Participação ativa nos foruns da Microsoft sobre SharePoint
      Tem atuado diretamente na elaboração de artigos e na evangelização do SharePoint com conteúdos para a Comunidade Técnica junto com o Canal SharePoint.
    • 6. Objetivo
      Com o lançamento do SharePoint 2010 que representa um grande ganho e evolução para o produto, o objetivo desse WebCast é explorar como podemos customizar o SharePoint 2010 de forma prática.
    • 7. Community Launch 2010Customizando o SharePoint 2010
      SharePoint 2010
    • 8. Microsoft SharePoint 2010
      Sites
      Conectar e darPoderàsPessoas
      Communities
      Composites
      Cortarcustos com Infra Unificada
      Content
      Insights
      Respostarápidaàsnecessidadesmercado
      Search
    • 9. Microsoft SharePoint 2010
      Ribbon UI
      SharePoint Workspace
      SharePoint Mobile
      Office Client and Office Web App Integration
      Standards Support
      Business Connectivity Services
      InfoPath Form Services
      External Lists
      Workflow
      SharePoint Designer
      Visual Studio
      API Enhancements
      REST/ATOM/RSS
      Tagging, Tag Cloud, Ratings
      Social Bookmarking
      Blogs and Wikis
      My Sites
      Activity Feeds
      Profiles and Expertise
      Org Browser
      Sites
      Communities
      Composites
      PerformancePoint Services
      Excel Services
      Chart Web Part
      Visio Services
      Web Analytics
      SQL Server Integration
      PowerPivot
      Content
      Insights
      Enterprise Content Types
      Metadata and Navigation
      Document Sets
      Multi-stage Disposition
      Audio and Video Content Types
      Remote Blob Storage
      List Enhancements
      Search
      Social Relevance
      Phonetic Search
      Navigation
      FAST Integration
      Enhanced Pipeline
    • 10. Entendendo a evolução
      PrincipaismudançasnaArquitetura…
    • 11. Community Launch 2010Customizando o SharePoint 2010
      Workflows no SharePoint 2010
    • 12. Workflows no SharePoint 2010
      Engine do Windows Workflow Foundation parte do .NET Framework 3.5
      Modelo de workflows disponíveis: Sequential e State Machines
      Permiteexecuçõesprolongadaspois é stateful
    • 13. Novidades no SharePoint 2010
      Perspectiva do usuário
      Novos targets paraexecução de workflows (itens, document sets, web site)
      Visualização do Visio dos passos dos workflows
      Perspectiva de um power-user (SPD)
      Novo designer para a criação de workflows
      Facilidadenacustomização de workflows OOTB.
      Perspectiva do desenvolvedor
      Integração Visual Studio x SharePoint quefacilita o deploy
      Novoseventos do workflow (starting, started, postponed, completed)
      Serviçoparatroca de dados externos
    • 14. Templates no VStudio 2010
      Templates para a criação de Workflows no SharePoint 2010
      Sequential
      State Machine
      Import Reusable
    • 15. Criando Workflowsno Visual Studio 2010
    • 16. Importando Reusable Workflows
      Conversão do pacote WSP em um projeto de Workflow
      Permite a extensão de workflows criadospelo SPD
      Armazenamento do Workflow emprojetosvinculadosao Source Control
      Permite a adição do projeto de workflow a outrassoluções
      Wizard guia o desenvolvedornaimportação do Workflow
    • 17. Criando Reusable Workflows(Visio / SPD / VStudio)
    • 18. Community Launch 2010Customizando o SharePoint 2010
      Desenvolvimentono SharePoint 2010
    • 19. Entendendo a evolução
      Principaismudanças no Visual Studio…
      Debug Integrado
      Solution Explorer Melhorado
      SharePoint Explorer
      Novo template
      Integração com o SharePoint Designer
    • 20. WebParts no SharePoint 2010
      • ASP.NET WebParts
      • 21. System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts.WebPart
      • 22. Modelomaiscomum de Desenvolvimento
      • 23. 2 tipos de WebPartssuportados
      • 24. Standard WebPart
      • 25. Visual WebPart
      • 26. Package e Deploy aprimoradospelo Visual Studio 2010
    • Visual WebPart
      • Classe ASP.NET WebParts
      • 27. System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts.WebPart
      • 28. MétodoLoadControl()
      • 29. ASP.NET User Control
      ASP.NET WebParts
      ASP.NET
      User Control
    • 30. WebParts no SharePoint 2010
      Desenvolvendo minha primeira WebPart.
    • 31. LINQ to SharePoint
      • Nova tecnologia para realizar querys nas listas do SharePoint
      • 32. System.Linq
      • 33. Microsoft.SharePoint.Linq
      • 34. Alternativaao CAML (SharePoint 2007)
      • 35. SPMetal
    • LINQ to SharePoint
      Usando o LINQ to SharePoint e WebParts na prática.
    • 36. Community Launch 2010Customizando o SharePoint 2010
      Customizando a UI do SharePoint 2010
    • 37. Customizando a UI
      Novas APIs SharePoint 2010 UI (JavaScript Object Model)
      SP.UI.ModalDialog
      SP.UI.Status
      SP.UI.Notify
    • 38. Customizando a UI
      Usando o LINQ to SharePoint e WebParts na prática.
    • 39. Maioresinformações
      InformaçõesparaIT Prosno TechNet
      http://MSSharePointITPro.com
      InformaçõesparaDevelopersno MSDN
      http://MSSharePointDeveloper.com
      InformaçõesparaUsuários
      http://SharePoint.Microsoft.com
    • 40. Referências
      • Improvements in SharePoint 2010
      • 41. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/ee335710.aspx
      • 42. Developing Business Processes with SharePoint 2010 Workflows
      • 43. http://msdn.microsoft.com/pt-br/sharepoint/ee513154(en-us).aspx
    • P&R
      Marcel Medina
      SharePoint Developer
      Microsoft Trainer
      Wagner Amorim
      SharePoint Specialist
      Done IT
      Thiago Silva
      SharePoint Specialist
      Done IT