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A presentation I did in March 2010 @ the Microsoft Office System Special Interest Group (MOSSIG) in Melbourne, Australia. …

A presentation I did in March 2010 @ the Microsoft Office System Special Interest Group (MOSSIG) in Melbourne, Australia.
The session was business focussed, so I looked at the typical forms and applications that I've used SharePoint for in the past. The presentation then looks at SharePoint 2010 and the impact the new & upgraded features will have on.

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  • 1. Building Rapid Applications A business focussed session on Building Form Based Applications in SharePoint 2010 Tim Wragg Principal Consultant Stargate Global Consulting
  • 2. “Just my take on previous experiences with taking requirements that have data capturing, presentation & workflow elements in SharePoint and applying them to my current understanding of SP 2010's capabilities.” • Setting the Scene • User Experience • Deployment • Capability • Further Enhancements • Summing Up – Key Takeaways
  • 3. Setting the Scene
  • 4. • List Forms (OOTB) vs Form Libraries (Infopath) • Customising Forms (SPD & Infopath) • Storing Relational Data in SharePoint, • Accessing External Data • Clunky Workflow Experience & Scenarios “It was typically an „ROI‟ decision as to why only a handful of forms got enhanced in SharePoint”
  • 5. L EAV Tr a v E e l T i me s h e e t s
  • 6. User Experience
  • 7. • InfoPath Editing • Sandbox Solutions • Validation Controls, Unique Values • Relational Data Improvements • Performance Improvements • External Data “Forms are Much Smarter & More Customisable”
  • 8. • Visio Modelling • Easier Creation & Deployment in Visual Studio • Site Workflows • Re-Usable Workflows in SPD • Parallel Blocks in SPD • Impersonation Steps “Workflow is Deeper & Wider for business scenarios & More Accessible to Business Users”
  • 9. Demo
  • 10. List Enhancements Relational | Unique ID‟s | Validation | Performance Form Enhancements Lists are Editable in InfoPath | Sandbox | Webpart‟s Workflow Enhancements Visio Modelling | Visual Studio | Re-Usable & Site Workflows | Parallel Blocks | Impersonation Steps
  • 11. Further Enhancements
  • 12. Form Enhancements Lists are Editable in InfoPath | Sandbox | Webpart‟s
  • 13. Summing Up
  • 14. More Capabilities Covers more business scenarios List Enhancements | Form Customisations | Workflow Enhancements | BCS Easier Deployment & Manageability Quicker ROI will mean more requirements are applied to SharePoint InfoPath List Forms | Sandbox Solutions | Visual Studio | SharePoint Designer Enhancements Forms in 2010 will be Wider & Deeper as well as more Manageable & User Friendly