Negli ultimi anni le richieste di informazioni e di formazione su Sharepoint sono aumentate notevolmente.Lo prova anche in ambito italiano il continuo sold-out di conferenze come la Sharepoint conference anno dopo anno. Per questo motivo segnalo un nuovo corso gratuito Online per sviluppatori su Sharepoint con tanto di video, sample code e laboratori virtuali.
MOSS is based on Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services, which gives developers the opportunity to get more problems solved with less effort. Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 takes full advantage of Microsoft ASP.NET and the Microsoft .NET runtime. The new features and added programmability support in MOSS provide a wealth of development opportunities. This course will immerse you in many of the developer-centric capabilities of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server.
Track: SharePoint for Developers – Part 1
Level 1: Web Parts
Did you know that in SharePoint you can build pages as easy as in ASP.NET – and allow end users to create dashboards? Web parts allow for creating components of Web user interface that can be reused on multiple Web pages. These are introduced in ASP.NET and built on in SharePoint where they can be added to pages by end users and managed by IT Professionals. In this topic you will learn about building simple Web parts for SharePoint and how to connect them back to SharePoint site data.
Level 2: Data Lists
Did you know that SharePoint developers can work with data from lists that users get access to too? Data lists provide data storage for end users in SharePoint. End users can create lists with schema all through the SharePoint user interface and they can create, edit, and view the data. All of this data can be programmatically accessed by developers and this topic is all about that.
Level 3: Event Handlers
Did you know that SharePoint developers can automatically process data that your users upload via a spreadsheet? Event handlers (or event receivers) are custom code that runs on the SharePoint server in response to something that happens on the server. Event handlers can be useful for running business logic in response to data being added to the site. This topic shows how to create simple event handlers and investigates ways that event handlers can be used in SharePoint.
Level 4: Workflow
Did you know that you can write WF workflows in SharePoint without having to worry about storage, persistence, or how to interact with the user? Workflow in SharePoint allows for implementation of processes that require interaction such as email approvals or form completion by people in your organization. This topic shows you how to create simple workflows in SharePoint using Visual Studio that involve approvals from people by email and for meeting room resource bookings with an administrator.
Level 5: Silverlight Web Parts
Did you know that you can build rich Internet applications with SharePoint? Silverlight is a new Web user interface technology from Microsoft that allows for each implementation of animations and videos. This topic shows how a SharePoint user interface can be enhanced by using Silverlight in Web parts as part of a SharePoint site.
Track: SharePoint for Developers – Part 2
Level 1: Page Navigation
Did you know that you can integrate your application into SharePoint’s navigation? This topic looks at how SharePoint pages are arranged into web sites. Menus such as the site actions menu, the top navigation bar menu and the edit control block menu are explained. It shows how the menus in SharePoint can be updated so that a web site built on SharePoint can be customized
Level 2: Page Branding
Did you know that you can completely brand a SharePoint site to look like your existing web? Web applications need design and SharePoint allows for this using master pages, cascading style sheets and themes. This topic walks through how to apply these artifacts to a SharePoint site and covers the process for modifying them to achieve a web site design in SharePoint.
Level 3: Web Services
Did you know that SharePoint developers have access to SharePoint list data using built in Web Services? SharePoint allows access using code running on the SharePoint server machine and also access using web services. This topic covers use of some of the simple web services provided by SharePoint and it also shows how to create a new web service on a SharePoint machine
Level 4: Custom Content Types
Did you know that SharePoint developers can implement different behaviors for different document types? Content types define what documents or other content types are used in SharePoint document libraries. Content types can have several SharePoint aspects associated with them including custom menus and custom processing. This topic shows how to create a custom content type and how to associate an event handler with the new content type to do data validation
Level 5: User Management
Did you know that you don’t have to write code to manage web site users in SharePoint? SharePoint allows for end user site creation and when a user creates a site they can also manage the user permissions on that site. This topic shows how some aspects of user management are handled in SharePoint including how you can audit activities that users do and show different data depending on the role a user belongs to.