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Understanding SharePoint 2013: Part 4 - Conventional Development

Course Summary

SharePoint 2013 supports two main ways of deploying new functionality - WSPs (Windows Solution Packages) and Apps. Apps are new, but WSPs are still good for many key scenarios. This video walks you through the more SharePointy topics, and introduces you

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    Course Syllabus

    ● SitePages and Application Pages - No Code
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ What can be a part of a solution package?
        ◦ An introduction to SharePoint’s file system
        ◦ The _layouts directory
        ◦ The SharePoint content database file system
        ◦ Using SharePoint Designer to view the Content DB file system
        ◦ Customizing a site page
        ◦ Adding and using non-standard files, such as .html files
        ◦ An introduction to Application pages
        ◦ Mapping the SharePoint file system as a drive
        ◦ Summary
    ● SitePages and Application Pages – Visual Studio
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Modules
        ◦ A Feature Receiver
        ◦ Demo: Authoring a Site Page
        ◦ Using Inline Code in a Site Page
        ◦ Diagnosing SharePoint Errors During Development
        ◦ Inline Code Blocks in Customized Site Pages
        ◦ Writing Application pages
        ◦ Writing Custom Actions
        ◦ Deploying and Running an Application Page
        ◦ Authoring a Feature Receiver
    ● WebParts
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ What are WebParts
        ◦ An Outline and Theory of What Will we See
        ◦ Using Visual Studio to Author WebPart Projects
        ◦ The WebBrowsable Property
        ◦ The .Webpart File and the Elements.xml File in WebParts
        ◦ SafeControl Entries
        ◦ Writing a Second Webpart – Using a Custom Editor
        ◦ The IWebEditable Interface
        ◦ The EditorPart Base Class, ApplyChanges and SyncChanges
        ◦ Exporting Webparts
        ◦ Enabling WebPart Communication
        ◦ Establishing Communication in the UI
        ◦ Writing a Visual WebPart
        ◦ Writing a Silverlight WebPart
        ◦ The Out of the Box Silverlight WebPart
        ◦ Summary
    ● Content Types & Site Columns - Browser only
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ What are Content Types?
        ◦ What are Site Columns?
        ◦ Content Types: Demo
        ◦ Defining Your own Content Type
        ◦ Information Management Policies
        ◦ Creating a Site Column
        ◦ Using a Content Type in a List
        ◦ Using CTypes in a Content Query WebPart
        ◦ ContentType IDs - In-Depth Look
        ◦ ContentType IDs and Content type inheritance
        ◦ FieldTypes, Lists, List Definitions, and Content Types
        ◦ List Definition and List Templates
        ◦ Summary
    ● Content Types, Site Columns & List Definitions - Visual Studio
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Using Visual Studio to Create a Content Type
        ◦ Refreshing Content Types in Visual Studio from Your Site
        ◦ Adding a Site Column
        ◦ Adding a List Definition
        ◦ Views in a SharePoint List
        ◦ JSLink Based Views in SharePoint 2013
        ◦ Summary
    ● CAML and LINQ
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ LINQ to SharePoint
        ◦ CAML in SharePoint
        ◦ CAML in the SharePoint object model
        ◦ Generating a CAML query using PowerShell
        ◦ Using LINQ to SharePoint in a console app
        ◦ Generating a DataContext
        ◦ Querying data using LINQ
        ◦ Joins between lists
        ◦ Updating data using LINQ
        ◦ Adding data using LINQ
        ◦ Best practices in using LINQ to SharePoint
        ◦ Summary
        ◦ What's next?


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