SharePoint 2010 Development

Learn how to debug your SharePoint applications, how to build custom Web parts with the new Visual Studio 2010 tooling, and how to use the new client object models to access SharePoint from your WPF, Silverlight, and JavaScript applications
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Learn how to debug your SharePoint applications, how to build custom Web parts with the new Visual Studio 2010 tooling, and how to use the new client object models to access SharePoint from your WPF, Silverlight, and JavaScript applications
More
WebParts
40m 23s
SharePoint 2010 is the most developer-friendly release of SharePoint to date, with a whole new suite of developer tools and components that make your life easier and enhances your productivity. Learn how to debug your SharePoint applications, how to build custom Web parts with the new Visual Studio 2010 tooling, and how to use the new client object models to access SharePoint from your WPF, Silverlight, and JavaScript applications.

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WebParts
40m 23s
Description
SharePoint 2010 is the most developer-friendly release of SharePoint to date, with a whole new suite of developer tools and components that make your life easier and enhances your productivity. Learn how to debug your SharePoint applications, how to build custom Web parts with the new Visual Studio 2010 tooling, and how to use the new client object models to access SharePoint from your WPF, Silverlight, and JavaScript applications.
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Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(63)
Duration
2h 46m
Released
24 Sep 2010
Course authors

Sahil Malik has been a Microsoft MVP for the past 8 years, author of several books and numerous articles in both the .NET and SharePoint space, consultant and trainer who delivers talks at conferences internationally.

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