Learn SharePoint Web Part Development with Understanding SharePoint Journal
Web part development is perhaps the most commonly used development technique in SharePoint. In fact, a major idea behind SharePoint comes from the digital dashboard announced by Microsoft in 1999 and consisting of a web part based application platform in which users can customize the application using web parts.
In this issue of Understanding SharePoint Journal, you will learn how to develop SharePoint web parts.
This eBook, spanning 76 pages, covers the following aspects of SharePoint web part development:
- web part background
- web part architecture
- core web part development competencies
- web part properties
- web part connections
- user interface development for web parts
- web part definitions
- building visual web parts in SharePoint 2007 and 2010
- modifying web part layout in SharePoint Designer
- building web part pages
Please note: This issue is SharePoint version agnostic. Examples are show using SharePoint 2010, but all code runs and all knowledge taught works great in SharePoint 2007 as well.
You can also preview the first 20 pages of this issue, free of charge!
USP Journal Volume 2 Issue 4 is 76 pages (PDF download), and costs $19.95.
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