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Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
Intro to SharePoint for Developers
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  • In the beginning there was custom code. Every new project started out the same way.I am a firm believer in frameworksPlatform is a framework on steroids….we’ll talk about the Much Other Stuff
  • If it is just a 5-page brochure site with static text, SharePoint may not be for you.If it is simply a CMS solution for a public-facing web site, DNN may be a better toolSharepoint scalesSome people adopt it just because of the authentication integration with AD and security trimmingSome got it in the door through a requirement for a blogOthers just needed a simple workflow application over documents in a library
  • Compare to facebook apps, iGoogle gadgets, Vista gadgets
  • Key factor in user adoption and acceptance!
  • One partner said if his client won’t use SharePoint for a web project, he walks away…..that’s hard coreSame vocabulary
  • Collaboration – Blogs, wikis, discussions, check-in/check-out
  • Centralized knowledge managementTargetable to all levels of your organization
  • EAI - Popular at the turn of the millennium, but on the decline with the advent of SOAData is shared between the disparate systems…sometimes creating redundancy and latency….multiple versions of the truth…Which system is the system of record?
  • With SharePoint you get a service-oriented architecture and connectors via Business Connectivity ServicesYou end up with a single version of the truth and one portal to go to for all of your data mining
  • DV web part – put a plug for Vanessa’s sessionInfopath – story of SSG
  • Compare to BlackBerry, Windows Mobile or iPhoneCompare to facebook or twitter
  • Stats above from Info-Tech.com survey of 258 companies who are already using sharepointFrom CMSWatch.com 2008 SharePoint ReportAt the Microsoft-sponsored SharePoint Conference 2008, Bill Gates shared that Microsoft hadlicensed more than 100 Million seats to the platform and generated more than $US 1 Billionfrom that. To be sure, many of those seats fall under enterprise license agreements and may notreflect actual usage, but even if a fraction of those users actually logs into SharePoint each day,clearly it makes for the most significant – and fastest growing – information platform on themarket today.Number of seats is projected to grow by 25% each year.
  • Before frameworks and platforms, there was custom code. Every new project started out the same way.
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    • 1. Introduction toSharePoint Development
      for .NET developers
    • 2. About me
      Rob Wilson – MCT, SharePoint MCTS/MCITP
      Gold Partner in Evansville, IN
      SharePoint 2003 20072010
      Email: rwilson@KellerSchroeder.com
      Twitter: @theRobManDotNet
      Blog(s):
      http://sharepointblog.kellerschroeder.com
      http://www.therobman.net/blog
    • 3. Agenda
    • 4. The SharePoint Platform
      SharePoint Foundation 2010 (f.k.a. WSS 3.0)
      SharePoint Server 2010 (f.k.a. MOSS 2007)
      Which edition is right for me?
      Why should I develop on a platform?
    • 5. Why Platforms?
      Platform
      Significant cost reduction and standardization.
      10-15% of the effort. Lost projects because of one-time costs.
      Business Apps
      Much Other Stuff
      RAD
      Custom Code
      MVC Framework
      SEO Friendly
      Business Apps
      Business Apps
      Standards-Based
      Search
      RAD
      Separation of Roles
      Error Handling
      SEO Friendly
      Uniformity
      Standards-Based
      Search
      Content Management
      Separation of Roles
      Administration Area
      Content Management
      Administration Area
      Uniformity
      Error Handling
      Error Handling
      Menus
      Menus
      Menus (Menu Control)
      Authorization
      Authorization
      Authorization
      Authentication
      Authentication
      Authentication
    • 6. When the requirements call for it
      Not a brochure site
      Authentication and search required
      Does not have to be a large-scale project
      No-brainer for most intranets
    • 7. When you need self-service
      Web Parts (re-usability)
      Subscriptions and alerts
      RSS
      Recycle Bin
      My Site
      Connecting with peers
      Publishing
    • 8. When you need personalization/socialization
      From a webmaster’s perspective
      Targeted content
      From a visitor’s perspective
      Ability to customize look and feel
      Tagging and newsfeeds
      Organizational chart and peer suggestions
    • 9. When you need workflow
      Based on Workflow Foundation
      In addition:
      SharePoint front-end
      Document libraries and task lists
      Workflow history lists
    • 10. When you want flexible development options
      Web Parts
      Object model
      Client object model (managed code, JavaScript, SilverLight)
      Web services
      Separation of development roles
      GUI expert, workflow developer, reports and queries, event handlers
      Varying levels of experience on a project team
    • 11. When you want focus on the business requirements
      Do not worry about how someone will find your application or how it integrates with the security model
      Eliminate the headache of external content repositories
    • 12. When you want consistency in your support footprint
      Common user interface
      Vocabulary
      Standardized code base
    • 13. When you want to take advantage of the inherent features of the platform
      Collaboration
      Portal
      Content Management
      Search
      Business Intelligence
      Forms and Business Processes
    • 14. When you want to offset the cost of development
      More time spent in the planning and design stages should surface more out-of-the-box features [that should save time later]
      Out-of-the-box features should reduce the cost of custom software development
      Developer focus should shift immediately to the business needs and extending the out-of-the-box features
    • 15. When you need SOA
      Rest API expose SharePoint content
      Use the object model to create your own web services/WCFs
    • 16. When you need composite applications
      Dashboards, Mash-ups
      Business Connectivity Services
      All levels of your organization
    • 17. When you need composite applications
      ERP
      Before SharePoint
      CRM
      Legacy Systems
      Middleware
    • 18. When you need composite applications
      ERP
      SharePoint
      CRM
      Legacy Systems
    • 19. When you need Single Sign On
      Multiple built-in authentication options
      Support for third-party authentication providers
      Built-in SSO provider
      Manages credentials for other apps on your intranet
    • 20. When you need off-line support of your data
      Office Integration
      Importing/exporting lists from/to excel
      Linked tables with Access
      Calendar/Task List integration with Outlook
      Groove/SharePoint Workspace
    • 21. When you need auditing and retention policies
      Log just the events you need for what lists are of interest to you
      Develop auditing reports using SSRS
      Develop/customize workflows for content retention and disposal
    • 22. When you need to equip your power users
      SharePoint Designer
      Custom queries with Data View Web Part
      Simple workflows
      InfoPath
      Simple forms – really!
    • 23. When your culture allows for it
      User acceptance is key
      Large implementations are going to take a team of both IT and line of business users
      Will likely require a paradigm shift (point is to share, not hoard)
      Small, quick wins where possible
    • 24. When a development community is important to you
      Blogs and forums
      Community video tutorials
      User Groups
      CodePlex
      Commercial/Open Source Features and Web Parts
    • 25. When you can no longer resist
      Up to 92% satisfaction rating in the categories of functionality, end user experience, total cost of ownership and end user acceptance
      Up to 59% of all companies are projected to have SharePoint or an equivalent platform by the end of this 2008 and that number was projected to increase 19% between 2009 and 2011
    • 26. When you want to build your resume
      Dice.com: 2,800 jobs (JUL 2010)
      Monster.com: 1,000+ jobs (JUL 2010)
      HotJobs.com: ~500 jobs (JUL 2010)
    • 27. Alternatives
      Free Bulletin
      Board
      Free Blog Host
      JavaScript Menu Builder
      Embedded Google Calendar
      Spam-friendly form submission scripts
      Coffee Cup Editor for CMS
    • 28. http://www.tinyurl.com/sp2010editions
      Editions
    • 29. Overview of SharePoint Development Tools
      InfoPath 2010
      smtp4dev
    • 30. SharePoint Development Environment for .NET
      SharePoint no longer required on development machine in some cases, but recommended
      Virtual environment
      64-bit is a must
      RAM is your friend
      Upcoming session at devLINK
    • 31. Visual Studio Solutions for SharePoint
      Formerly 2
      Gaps filled with CodePlex add-ons
      Now 14 OOB
    • 32. SharePoint Solution Architectures
      * New Client Object Model exists for Managed .NET, Silverlight and ECMA Script
    • 33. Object Model – Server Architecture
    • 34. SPSite
      SPWeb
      SPList
      SPField
      SPItem
      Object Model – Site Architecture
    • 35. Feature Activated
      List Definition with Event Handler
      Demo
    • 36.
    • 37. Client Object Model
      Demo
    • 38. Client Object Model Files
      Managed Client (CLR based)
      C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedWeb Server Extensions14ISAPI
      Microsoft.SharePoint.Client (281 kb)
      Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime (145 kb)
      FYI: Microsoft.SharePoint.dll is 15.3 mb
      JavaScript Client
      C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedWeb Server Extensions14TemplateLayouts
      SP.js (380 kb)
      SP.Core.js (13 kb)
      SP.Runtime.js (68 kb)
    • 39. Client Object Model Files
      Silverlight Client
      C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedWeb Server Extensions14TemplateLayoutsClientBin
      Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Silverlight (262 kb)
      Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Silverlight.Runtime (138 kb)
    • 40. Client Object Model
      Allows you to write SharePoint applications that run on different platforms w/o using web services
      Traditional .NET, Web/JavaScript and Silverlight developers can use familiar syntax
    • 41. New Features
      Ease of deployment
      Publish and run if SharePoint on local host
      Package and deploy if SharePoint remote
      Debugging
      Step through code if SharePoint on local host
      Sandbox solutions
      Allow applications to be deployed at the site collection level by a site collection administrator (as opposed to farm-level equivalent)
    • 42. New Features
      Silverlight Web Part
      Upload XAP file to a document library and reference it
    • 43. New Features
      LINQ Support
      No longer restricted to just CAML queriesif writing server-based code
      Create strongly typed SharePoint objects using SPMetal utility
    • 44. New Features
      Dialog framework
      External Lists
      Looks and behaves like a SharePoint list
      Stored in SQL Server or some other data source
    • 45. For More Information
      Hands On Labs:
      http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=c010fc68-b47f-4db6-b8a8-ad4ba33a35c5&displaylang=en
      Or
      http://bit.ly/sp2010hol (you’re welcome!)
      Developer Training Kit
      http://bit.ly/sp2010devkit
      MSDN Training Videos
      http://www.mssharepointdeveloper.com

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