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SharePoint 2010 Application Development Overview

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  • Introduce SharePoint 2010 Many things to many people Use tale of blind men and the elephant as an analogyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blind_men_and_an_elephantEach person describes SharePoint differently because of their experience with the product
  • This slide gives you an opportunity go explain the features of SharePoint Foundation and ServerLess depth required at UG meetings, more at breakfast sessions
  • Go over the technology stack Highlight that 64-bit operating systems are required Highlight that SharePoint 2010 is built on .NET 3.5, not .NET 4
  • Talk about configuration optionsNative hardware, boot to VHD, virtualizationMention that Microsoft Virtual PC does not support 64-bit client OS
  • Setup for tools you’ll be showing in the upcoming demo
  • Setup for tools you’ll be showing in the upcoming demo
  • Focus here is the tools Highlight:Project templatesItem templatesF5 deploymentServer Explorer Build a simple SharePoint projectAdd a list instanceF5 to deploy and see site with list added In the next section we explain what went on behind the scenes
  • Be sure to mention the solution manifest and discuss its role The package shown in the image is from a demo used in the Web Part section
  • The solution manifest shown is from a demo used in the Web Part section
  • Equate Features to components Logical units of functionality
  • The feature manifest shown is from a demo used in the Web Part section
  • Discuss activation and deactivation
  • Give a very quick tour of the system folders
  • Highlight the Features folder
  • First part – review the demo shown earlierShow what’s behind the curtain HighlightAuto-created FeatureFeature designerFeature manifestSolution designerSolution manifestDeployment optionsGenerated solution package Second partDeploy the WSP as a sandboxed solutionMake sure old solution is retracted firstMake sure elements created by old solution are deletedOr recreate the site before doing the demo
  • Good visual aide for previous slide
  • It’s difficult to cover this topic briefly but it’s too important to omit
  • Build Hello, World (shows list and list items for a given site)If you feel comfortable build some of the code liveThen walkthrough the pre-created demo highlightingThe commonly used types (SPSite, SPWeb, SPList, SPListItem)The use of LINQ (LINQ to Objects this time)The use of the CAML query
  • Additional detail about the ways resources can be requested
  • Build Hello, World (shows list and list items for a given site)If you feel comfortable build some of the code liveThen walkthrough the pre-created demo highlightingThe commonly used types (Site, Web, List, ListItem)Use of batchingThe use of LINQ (LINQ to Objects this time)The use of the CAML query
  • Mention that event handlers are one place you would commonly use server object model Discuss how event handlers are attached to events of entities
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