Developing Applications for Microsoft SharePoint 2010

Developing Applications for Microsoft SharePoint 2010

Free ebook “Developing Applications for Microsoft SharePoint 2010” from Microsoft Press. Microsoft SharePoint® 2010 includes many new areas of functionality that extend the capabilities of the platform and provide exciting new opportunities for developers. The Developing Applications for SharePoint 2010 release provides technical insight and best practice guidance for architects and developers who want to design and develop applications for SharePoint 2010.


Microsoft SharePoint 2010 introduces many powerful new capabilities for organizations and developers. However, new capabilities mean new design challenges, new architecture considerations, and new choices and trade-offs for developers. Should you build your application as a farm solution, or should you target the new sandbox environment? Should you create a full-trust proxy assembly to extend the capabilities of your sandboxed solutions? Should you build your data store using SharePoint lists or an external database? What are the capabilities and performance implications of the new LINQ to SharePoint provider? How can you maximize the efficiency of the new client-side APIs when you retrieve SharePoint data from Microsoft Silverlight® or JavaScript? Designing Solutions for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 can help you answer many of these questions. It draws together much of the core material produced by the Microsoft patterns & practices team for the Developing Applications for SharePoint 2010 online guidance, a release that includes documentation, reference implementations, and reusable code utilities.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Execution Models in SharePoint 2010
  • Data Models in SharePoint 2010
  • Client Application Models in SharePoint 2010
  • Application Foundations for SharePoint 2010

Book Details

Author(s): Jason Lee, Chris Keyser, Robert Bogue, Todd Baginski
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Format(s): PDF, HTML
File size: 9.40 MB
Number of pages: 552
Link: Download. | Read online.

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