Michael Mukalian: Building SharePoint 2010 Features and Solutions in Visual Studio 2010

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Discussion and walkthrough of how to create SharePoint 2010 Features and Solutions with Visual Studio 2010

Discussion and walkthrough of how to create SharePoint 2010 Features and Solutions with Visual Studio 2010

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  • 1. Building SharePoint 2010 Features and Solutions inVisual Studio 2010
    Saturday, July 31, 2010
    Michael Mukalian
    SharePoint Services MVP
    Director, Architect, LiquidHub
  • 2. Thank you sponsors!!
  • 3. 2 ASUS Netbooks
    Also Some Books
    1 Typemock Isolator License
    A 2-5 Day Course from SetFocus on SharePoint
    Telerik RAD Controls Set
    1 DeliverPointWFE 2010 license (Worth $1500)
    1 BCS Meta Man license (Worth $1200)
    1 Lightning Conductor 2010 WFE license (Worth $800)
    1 Lightning Storm Forums license. (Worth $600)
  • 4. Agenda
    Overview
    Requirements for Development
    Elements of a SharePoint Project
    Feature Node
    Feature Designer
    Package Node & Designer
    Packaging Explorer
    Demos
    References
  • 5. Overview
    With the introduction of Visual Studio 2010, Feature and Package (Solution) development are now integrated into the IDE
    New SharePoint 2010 Project Type & Item Templates assist in the creation of SharePoint assets
    Designers/Explorer facilitate examining the Feature & Package assets
  • 6. Requirements For Development
    Visual Studio Professional
    SharePoint Foundation/Server
    64-bit Windows Server 2008/R2
    Vista SP1 & Windows 7
    Farm Administrator rights
  • 7. Elements of a SharePoint Project
    The project file
    Project properties
    References
    Features folder
    Package folder
    Key file (strong-named key)
  • 8. Feature Node
    Contains one or more SharePoint project Features
    A Feature is a ‘container’ for an additional function to SharePoint
    Deployed to a specific scope
    Farm, Web Application, Site (Collection), Web (site)
    Project items added are also added to the feature node
    Double-clicking the feature node displays the Feature Designer
  • 9. Feature Designer
    Creates Features
    Sets Scopes
    Establish Feature Dependencies
    Manually edit the Feature Manifest
    Overriding the generated manifest will disable the Designer, and then all further changes will need to be done manually
  • 10. Package Node and Designer
    Node
    Groups and view the hierarchical Package tree
    Designer
    Groups the SharePoint Items into a Solution Package
  • 11. Packaging Explorer
    Groups and view the hierarchical Package tree
  • 12. Demo!
    It’s peanut butter – demo time!
  • 13. References
    SharePoint Development in Visual Studio
    Getting Started (SharePoint Development in Visual Studio)
    Developing SharePoint Solutions
    Features and solutions cmdlets (SharePoint Server 2010)
    Replaceable Parameters
  • 14. Bio
    Michael Mukalian, SharePoint Services MVP
    Emails
    michael@mukalian.com
    mmukalian@liquidhub.com
    Blog: The SharePoint Coffee House
    www.mukalian.com/blog
    Twitter
    @mmukalian
    Contributing Author
    Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Administrator’s Pocket Consultant – Ben Curry
  • 15. SharePoint Community in Philadelphia
    • SharePoint (2010 & 2007)
    • 16. Administrators
    • 17. Developers
    • 18. IT Pros
    • 19. Architect Council after every meeting
    • 20. Meetings: Second Tuesday of the month, 6-9 PM
    WEB: www.TriStateSharePoint.com
    CONTACT: tss@mannsoftware.com
    TWITTER: @tristateSP
  • 21. Thanks!
    Questions?