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  • Paperback: 504 pages
  • Publisher: Wrox (June 8 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0470584637
  • ISBN-13: 978-0470584637
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 2.6 x 23.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 839 g
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From the Back Cover

Put the power of SharePoint 2010 into practice

As a first-class platform that has evolved significantly since its previous release, SharePoint 2010 now provides several advancements for the developer (native Visual Studio tools support, services and extensibility enhancements, and APIs), and many new capabilities (improved data programmability, line-of-business interoperability, and sandboxed solutions). With this authoritative guide, industry veteran Steve Fox provides expert guidance on developing applications as he walks you through the fundamentals of programming, explores the developer toolset, and provides practical code examples to teach you how to use many of SharePoint's new developer features. You'll quickly discover how SharePoint's rich platform supports great collaboration, extensibility, and interoperability.

Beginning SharePoint 2010 Development:

  • Guides you through the creation of your first SharePoint 2010 application

  • Addresses working with SharePoint 2010 sites, lists, and Web parts

  • Describes developing SharePoint applications using SharePoint Designer 2010

  • Reviews standard and Visual Web parts, as well as data view Web parts

  • Details integrating SharePoint with Microsoft® Office

  • Explains how to secure your SharePoint 2010 applications

Wrox Beginning guides are crafted to make learning programming languages and technologies easier than you think, providing a structured, tutorial format that will guide you through all the techniques involved.

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About the Author

Steve Fox is a Technical Evangelist in the Developer Platform Evangelism group at Microsoft. He's worked in the IT industry for over 15 years, in areas such as natural language, search, developer tools, and more recently Office Business Application and SharePoint development. Steve also presents at many conferences such as TechEd, VSLive, DevConnections, SAP TechEd, among others, and has written a number of articles for MSDN Magazine.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Good, but you will need to do some investigative work... Dec 1 2011
By Craig E. Shea - Published on
Format: Paperback
Well, the book isn't as technical as I would've liked, but I guess the author did kind of say that up front in the introduction to this book. It's not really a programmer's book for SharePoint. HOWEVER, having said that, if you've never done SharePoint development before (ever), then this would be a pretty good place to start. If you're an experienced developer with a background in ASP.Net and/or Silverlight, then you will be able to skip a good amount of stuff and just focus on what's different/new when developing in SharePoint.

Why 4 stars and not 5? Well, because sometimes the instructional exercises are not clear about when/where certain steps are to be performed. As a book geared towards those who have never done SharePoint development before, this is a big deal. In fact, some of the steps are just plain wrong (it looks like the author may have been using a Beta or Release Candidate version of SharePoint 2010--based on some of the screenshots that appear in the book--but even so, there is no errata at Wrox's site. And, I didn't post one because it was too much of a pain to do so). In particular, Chapter 4, pp. 155-156, steps 7-15 are not correct. In fact, in the later steps, looking at the Site Settings page in SharePoint, there is no Look and Feel section anymore (at least, not as a major category header) and I could not find where the author was talking about to apply a custom master page that was created in this exercise as the site's master page.

Other than that, though, the book is overall very good about explaining the high-level concepts pertinent to SharePoint 2010 development--and I do mean high-level; this book is really geared to brand new SharePoint developers with possibly little previous development experience.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Worst Technical Book I Have Ever Read June 22 2011
By marocano - Published on
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I have read several technical books on different technologies and this book is by far the worst. The author does not explain any of the concepts well enough to really understand them and I had to troubleshoot the majority of the exercises just to get them to work. I spent more time debugging his poorly written examples than actually reading the book. In chapter five there is an example of an Excel add-in that pulls in a SharePoint list. In the 3rd step of the exercise he states that we must build the project using .Net 3.5 framework but his code example shows we need to have a "using System.Xaml" directive which is only available in the .Net 4.0 framework. In that same chapter he briefly walks through how to build a custom WCF web service to interact with a SharePoint list but doesn't explain how to deploy it or get it to work. Reading this book has been one of the most frustrating experiences and I can never get the time I spent on it back.
13 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Resource for Learning SharePoint 2010 Development June 10 2010
By Scot Hillier - Published on
Format: Paperback
I have been working in the SharePoint space exclusively since 2003 and have trained hundreds of people in SharePoint development. People who are new to SharePoint need structured learning with step-by-step examples in order to be successful. This book delivers exactly the kind of learning experience that developers need to get started with SharePoint or to transition from ASP.NET development. Steve Fox is a recognized expert in SharePoint development, an excellent communicator, and someone who understands what concepts are important in the massive platform that is SharePoint. If you are trying to break into SharePoint development, you should get this book, read it cover-to-cover and work every sample.
11 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic book for those learning SharePoint 2010 June 7 2010
By Andrew Connell - Published on
Format: Paperback
This book does a great job getting non-SharePoint developers up to speed on what it takes to become a SharePoint developer. Readers are taken through step-by-step instructions on creating certain solutions and understand when one approach makes sense over other options when SharePoint presents multiple paths to compelte a task. I'd highly recommend this book to those who want to learn SharePoint 2010.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Easy to understand but must troubleshoot excercises most of the time. Dec 21 2011
By nan - Published on
Format: Paperback
I have 10 years experiences as Web Developer and I want to getting into SharePoint 2010. The book is easy to understand if you new to SharePoint. However, I felt that the excersies could be better. I find myself struggling try to follow step by step instruction and run into so many problems, such as I cannot find item on the menu/ribbon, deploy object but it didn't show up in SharePoint, etc. I'm on chapter 4 right now and planning to giving up.