Overview

The SharePoint development training course introduces you to SharePoint 2010 development and discusses the creation of SharePoint 2010 Web parts, Event receivers & application settings, development of SharePoint 2010 workflows, user interfaces, object model etc. This course also covers advanced topics such as SharePoint as a Developer Platform, working with SharePoint Objects, working with Lists and Libraries, designing and managing features and solutions.

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What You'll learn

After the completion of this course, the participant would be able to:

  • Understand SharePoint 2010
  • Create SharePoint 2010 Web parts, event receivers and application settings
  • Develop workflows, interactive user interfaces, client model objects etc
  • Understand SharePoint 2013

Duration: 24 Hours

Curriculum

  • What is SharePoint?
  • High level features
  • Version history of SharePoint
  • Components in SharePoint (Physical server Architecture)
  • Developers view of SharePoint
  • Hardware & Software requirements
  • Supported browser
  • Types of installation
  • Software to be installed
  • Central administration site
  • Managed accounts
  • Configuration to send and receive E-Mail
  • SharePoint site hierarchy
  • Web application
  • Site collection
  • Creating site and sub-site
  • SharePoint site home page
  • Branding site – look and feel
  • Save site as a template
  • Create site from template
  • Overview of lists/libraries
  • Create custom list/libraries
  • Add custom columns
  • Site columns and groups
  • Sort and filter list
  • Create/manage list view
  • Content type
  • List template
  • Versioning of data
  • Adding documents
  • Document template
  • Check out, edit, and check in files
  • Authentication vs. authorization
  • SharePoint groups
  • Creating custom permissions groups
  • Granting permission to user/groups
  • Creating a custom permission level
  • Binding users/groups and permission level
  • Managing permissions in sub-site
  • Allowing users to create their own site
  • Permissions for Lists/Libraries/List Items
  • Authentication vs. authorization
  • SharePoint groups
  • Creating custom permissions groups
  • Granting permission to user/groups
  • Creating a custom permission level
  • Binding users/groups and permission level
  • Managing permissions in sub-site
  • Allowing users to create their own site
  • Permissions for Lists/Libraries/List Items
  • Authentication vs. authorization
  • SharePoint groups
  • Creating custom permissions groups
  • Granting permission to user/groups
  • Creating a custom permission level
  • Binding users/groups and permission level
  • Managing permissions in sub-site
  • Allowing users to create their own site
  • Permissions for Lists/Libraries/List Items
  • Working of Claims Based Authentication work
  • Using SQL Server Database for authentication using Membership and Role Provider
  • Using Claim based authentication for web applications
  • Allowing anonymous access in a web application
  • Enable form based authentication
  • Editing web.config of web applications, central admin application and STS
  • Zones in SharePoint
  • Creating an Alternate Access Mapping
  • Managing Metadata Service
  • Term, Term sets & Keywords
  • Enterprise Content Type
  • Document sets
  • Document ID Service and IDs
  • Content Organizer and Automatic routing
  • In Place Record Management
  • What is social computing?
  • Managing user profiles
  • User profile service application
  • Synchronization service
  • Working with audience
  • Tags and notes
  • Working with My Site
  • Purpose of Enterprise Search solution
  • Microsoft Server side search products
  • What’s new in SharePoint Search Server 2013/2016
  • Logical architecture for the Enterprise Search Components
  • Setting up Search Service Application
  • Configuring Crawler Settings
  • Queries and Results Settings
  • Creating Keywords, Definitions, Best Bets and Synonyms
  • Creating Search Scopes
  • Overview of Power Shell
  • Pipelining of cmdlets
  • Windows Power Shell Scripts
  • Using .NET Objects
  • SharePoint Power Shell Snap-In
  • Creating/Managing a Web Application
  • Creating/Managing Site Collection and Site
  • Complete backing up of web application
  • Complete restoration of web application
  • Granular backup of site collection
  • Exporting & importing of list
  • Using Microsoft.SharePoint.DLL
  • Site architecture and object overview
  • SPWebApplication, SPSite, SPWeb, SPList and more
  • Sample programs to understand the Object model
  • Introduction to CAML
  • Writing CAML Queries
  • Implementing Join
  • LINQ Introduction
  • LINQ to SharePoint
  • Managing Object Model
  • JavaScript Client Object Model
  • Using SharePoint Web Services in Client Application
  • Visual Studio Project templates for SharePoint 2015/2017
  • Server Explorer, Feature Designer, Package Explorer
  • Building and deploying Solutions in Visual Studio 2015/2017 for SharePoint 2013/2016
  • Creating content type
  • Creating SharePoint List Definition with List Instance
  • Modify the user interface using custom actions
  • SharePoint root directory
  • Features overview
  • Features scope
  • Create a new feature and deploying features using VS2015/VS2017
  • Feature events
  • Manage SharePoint Solution (WSP) using Power Shell commands
  • Event Handlers – before events and after events
  • Event receiver base classes
  • Registering Event Handlers
  • Example of before events
  • Programming after events
  • Overview of Web Parts
  • Web Part page structure
  • Common Web Parts
  • Managing Web Parts
  • Creating custom Web Parts in VS.NET
  • Adding Web Parts to gallery
  • Adding Web Parts to Page from gallery
  • Connecting Web Parts
  • Overview of Workflow
  • Creating Workflow using Web Interface
  • 3 – State
  • Approval
  • Signature
  • Workflow Authoring using SharePoint Designer 2013
  • Workflow Authoring using Visual Studio 2015/2017
  • Managing Workflow Instances in the Farm
  • Creating a BDC Project in VS.NET
  • Working with Entities and Methods
  • Type Descriptor
  • Using Data in external list
  • Granting permissions to the BDC List
  • SharePoint APPs and its infrastructure
  • App deployment and management
  • Building SharePoint Hosted Apps
  • Building Provider Hosted Apps (Very Important Concept)

Prerequisites

Knowledge of SQL Server administration is beneficial, not mandatory

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Course Duration
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16 hours of live, online, instructor-led training

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