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Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
Session 2-Mark Michaelis-SharePoint FireStarter-getting started in 2011 with sharepoint 2010 development
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  • 1. Getting Started in 2011 withSharePoint 2010 Development<br />Mark Michaelis<br />Chief Technical Architect, <br /> Author & Trainer<br />Allen Greaves<br />SharePoint Code Ninja<br />
  • 2.
  • 3. Agenda<br />
  • 4. SharePoint 2010 for Developers<br />First Class SharePoint Developer Tools<br />Faster Solution Debugging & Tuning<br />Choice of Development Workstation<br />Developer Productivity<br />Comprehensive Data Access<br />Line of Business Integration <br />Workflow Advances<br />Rich Platform Services<br />Application Lifecycle Management <br />Standardized Solution Packaging<br />Deploy with Agility and Stability<br />Flexible Deployment<br />
  • 5. Development on Windows 7or Windows Vista SP1<br /><ul><li>Either SharePoint Foundation or SharePoint Server
  • 6. Requires x64 OS
  • 7. Not Supported for Production
  • 8. Only for Stand Alone Installation
  • 9. Can be Disabled through Group Policy
  • 10. Just for Developers
  • 11. Requires Following Install Guide in SDK</li></ul>Windows 7<br />
  • 12. Developer Tools for SharePoint<br />Develop, Deploy and Debug<br />Web Part, BDC and Workflow designers<br />Package and Deploy SharePoint projects<br />Generate WSP for Production Deployment<br />View SharePoint site in Server Explorer<br />Team Foundation Server Integration<br />Visual Studio 2010<br />Web Part Designer<br />Broad SharePoint Support<br />Support for SharePoint Sandboxed Solutions<br />Import WSP from SharePoint Designer including Workflow<br />Build Workflow Steps for SharePoint Designer<br />Extensibility for Development of Additional SharePoint Artifacts<br />SharePoint Business Connectivity Services support<br />Project Types<br />
  • 13. Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint Projects<br />
  • 14. SharePoint Designer 2010<br />Free for creating and editing SharePoint artifacts<br />New Tools <br />BDC Entities<br />List Schema<br />Custom Actions<br />Task / Approval Designer<br />Improved Tools <br />Workflow Designer<br />Page Editor<br />SharePoint Designer work can be upgraded to Visual Studio 2010<br />“Save site as template” in SharePoint Site Settings creates WSP<br />WSP imports into Visual Studio 2010 as new project<br />
  • 15. Developer Dashboard<br />stsadm -o setproperty -pn developer-dashboard -pvondemand<br />Quick Debug or Monitor Page Performance<br />
  • 16. SharePoint List with External Data<br />Read / Write<br />SharePoint Foundation<br />Built on the SharePoint 2007 Business Data Catalog<br />Office Apps<br />Client Runtime<br />Offline Operations<br />Cache<br />Design Tools<br />SharePoint<br />Visual Studio 2010<br />Enterprise<br />Search<br />Development<br />Platform<br />Business Intelligence<br />Enterprise content mgmt<br />Collaboration social<br />SharePoint Designer 2010<br />ECT Store<br />Runtime<br />Security<br />Solution Packaging<br />Out of the box UI<br />Web 2.0<br />DB<br />WCF<br />Web Service<br />.NET LOB<br />Business Connectivity Services<br />
  • 17. SharePoint List Improvements<br />Collaborative Data Store<br />Relationships with Cascade or Block<br />Transacted Cascading Deletion<br />Restriction of Deletion<br />Validation with Excel Like Formula<br />Formula-based Validation (eg =len(Title)==8)<br />Ensure Uniqueness<br />Lookup to Multiple Columns<br />Versionable Lists<br />List Index Auto-Creation<br />Scalability and Performance<br />List Query Throttling<br />And we keep from SharePoint 2007<br />Self Service List Creation<br />Out of the Box List User Interface<br />Built in Authorization Forms<br />
  • 18. List Features<br />=Len([PhoneNumber])>9<br />
  • 19. XSLT Views for Lists<br />Replaces CAML for Views<br />CAML Still Used for Queries<br />Better Performance<br />Easier edit in SPD<br />Ribbon UX: sort/filter/group, conditional formatting,…<br />Simpler Coding Experience<br />Standard language, shared default XSLT<br />XSLT-based views are now default<br />SharePoint Lists<br />External Lists<br />
  • 20. Design Changes in SharePoint 2010<br />
  • 21. Master Page<br />Page Layout<br />Master page<br />Basic structure<br />Navigation<br />CSS<br />Page content<br />Page Layouts (MOSS Publishing)<br />Web Part layout pages<br />Interactive UI Pieces<br />Status Bar<br />Dialogs<br />Notifications<br />Master Page<br />
  • 22. Custom Master Page / CSS<br />Skills / Time<br />Night and Day master page<br />Custom Themes<br />Default Themes<br />Default SharePoint UI<br />
  • 23. Custom Master Page / CSS<br /><ul><li>Sites that:
  • 24. Don’t want to spend any time on customization
  • 25. Consider familiarity important
  • 26. Users can still do content-based customizations</li></ul>Night and Day master page<br />Custom Themes<br />Default Themes<br />Default SharePoint UI<br />
  • 27. Custom Master Page / CSS<br /><ul><li>Sites that:
  • 28. Desire to stand out
  • 29. Don’t have design expertise
  • 30. Don’t have desire for complete customization
  • 31. These can be easily supported by IT</li></ul>Night and Day master <br />page<br />Custom Themes<br />Default Themes<br />Default SharePoint UI<br />
  • 32. Custom Master Page / CSS<br /><ul><li>Sites that:
  • 33. Represent a branded entity
  • 34. Serve as an “application” or “tool” for users, rather than collaboration
  • 35. Internet sites
  • 36. Employee portals
  • 37. SharePoint-based “application” sites</li></ul>Night and Day master page<br />Custom Themes<br />Default Themes<br />Default SharePoint UI<br />
  • 38. Site Owner Customization<br />Site Icon, Title and Description<br />Navigation<br />Quick Launch<br />Top Navigation<br />Custom lists<br />
  • 39. Themes in 2010<br />Colors + Fonts in Open XML Theme Format<br />CSS files are marked with “variables”<br />Comment-based design -> Standards<br />Only one CSS file -> Performance<br />Make existing designs theme-compatible<br />
  • 40. Benefit: More options<br />Site owners<br />Choose from available themes<br />SharePoint Server: Customize themes in-browser<br />Supported in all core SharePoint CSS<br />Designers<br />Can still create designs from scratch<br />Design themes for existing designs<br />IT / Developer<br />Control over available themes<br />Public API<br />
  • 41. Programming APIs<br />
  • 42. Client Object Model<br />Runs on Remote Machine<br /><ul><li>Simple API to Add, Retrieve, Updateand Manage Data in SharePoint
  • 43. Commands batched for Performance</li></ul>SharePoint Data<br />Client Application<br />.NET CLR<br />Silverlight CLR<br />JavaScript<br />
  • 44. Talking to SharePoint<br />Web Services<br />Advanced Operations<br />SharePoint Server Operations<br />Web Services<br />More coverage<br />Client Object Model<br />Site, nav, security services<br />Very flexible<br />REST<br />Easiest to use<br />For fixed list schema<br />Rendering Data to Page<br />Client OM<br />Advanced List Operations<br />Site Operations<br />Security<br />REST<br />Working with list data,<br />fixed schema<br />Rendering Data to Page<br />Requires code on site/on server<br />
  • 45. LINQ to SharePoint<br />Entity based programming<br />Strong Types and Intellisense<br />Supports List Joins and Projections<br />Join lists on lookup field between them<br />Join multiple lists (A->B->C)<br />Project any field from joined list in a query without changes in list schema<br />from order indata.Orderswhereorder.Customer.City.Name== "London“selectorder;<br />
  • 46. Query Syntax<br />varquery = from list <br />         in clientContext.Web.Lists<br />         where list.Title != null<br />         select list;<br /> <br />varresult = clientContext.LoadQuery(query);<br />clientContext.ExecuteQuery();<br />
  • 47. Major Objects in Client Object Model<br />Site<br />Web<br />ContentType<br />Change<br />List<br />Navigation<br />Form<br />NavigationNode<br />View<br />UserCustomAction<br />Field<br />RoleDefinition<br />ListItem<br />User Interface<br />RoleAssignment<br />Data and Schema<br />Folder<br />WorkflowAssociation<br />Logic<br />File<br />WorkflowTemplate<br />Security<br />WebPart<br />
  • 48. Client Object Model Sample .NET<br />ClientContext context =<br />new ClientContext("http://server");<br />Web site = context.Web;<br />context.Load(site);<br />context.ExecuteQuery();<br />site.Title = site.Title + <br /> " and Client OM";<br />site.Update();<br />context.ExecuteQuery();<br />
  • 49. Hello World – Silverlight CLR<br />
  • 50. Hello World – JavaScript<br />
  • 51. Accessing Data: Today<br />SharePoint Data<br />Server<br />Application<br />SharePoint API<br />Web Service<br />Client Application<br />
  • 52. REST APIs<br />ADO.NET Data Services REST Protocols Atom, JSON feeds<br />SharePoint list data and Excel spreadsheets<br />Integration with growing set of Microsoft REST Technologies<br />
  • 53. SharePoint Events Improvements<br />Events Project Templates in Visual Studio 2010<br />After-Synchronous Events<br />Simpler Event Behavior<br />Site-scoped events<br />Web creation events<br />List creation events<br />More User Interface Control<br />Custom Error Pages<br />
  • 54. Workflow Improvements<br />Visual Studio 2010 Initiation and Association Forms<br />New Workflow Design Surface in SPD<br />Import SPD Workflows into Visual Studio<br />Build SPD Actions in Visual Studio <br />Visio 2010 Workflow Design<br />Browser Based Visualization<br />High Privilege Workflows<br />Control Where Service Runs<br />Site Workflows<br />Reusable Declarative Workflows<br />List Workflow Event Receivers<br />Pluggable Workflow Services<br />Performance and Scale<br />Fully Customizable OOB Workflow<br />Approval Designer<br />
  • 55. Silverlight 3 and SharePoint 2010<br />Media Player Web Part<br />Organization Browser<br />List and Site Creation<br />Office Web Applications<br />Silverlight Web Part<br />Simple way to upload<br />Silverlight CLR compatible <br />Client Object Model<br />Call SharePoint API’s<br />REST APIs<br />Simplifies List data access<br />Support for remotely hosted Silverlight applications<br />Delegated authentication/application principals<br />
  • 56. Sandboxed Solutions<br />Security & Stability<br />Security & Stability<br />Essential Agility<br />Essential Stability<br />BusinessAgility<br />BusinessAgility<br />Easy Deployment<br />Iterative Development<br />Access To Shared Servers<br />SharePoint Online<br />Safe for Other Users<br />Limited API Access<br />Monitored Resources<br />Separate Process<br />Site Collection Limits<br />
  • 57. Deployment and Packaging<br />
  • 58. WSP as the SharePoint Installer<br />WSS Solution Package (WSP)<br />Visual Upgrade from version to version<br />SharePoint UI Save To Template<br />Better-defined Upgrade Semantics<br />Declarative upgrade mappings<br />Upgrade callouts for features<br />Application discovery in SharePoint Sites<br />WSPs as unified developer format<br />Works in both site collections and on machine<br />
  • 59. Team Foundation Server - ALM<br /><ul><li>Work Item Tracking
  • 60. Source Code Control
  • 61. Team Build
  • 62. Manage Test Cases
  • 63. Log Bugs
  • 64. Automated Testing
  • 65. Load Testing</li></li></ul><li>
  • 66. Mark Michaelis<br />Chief Technical Architect, <br /> Author & Trainer<br />mark@intelliTechture.com<br />Allen Greaves<br />SharePoint Code Ninja<br />allen@intelliTechture.com<br />

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