| About This Hands-On Lab |
Course retirement date: June 30, 2012
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This hands-on lab (HOL) provides students with the knowledge and skills to become familiar with what is new for developers in SharePoint 2010.
| Audience Profile |
This HOL is intended for SharePoint developers who are responsible for coding and testing custom features, such as a Web Part or Event Receiver, in SharePoint solutions. They understand enough about SharePoint to add code to an existing project. They have at least six months of Microsoft .NET development experience and are at an intermediate level of experience with previous SharePoint technologies.
This HOL’s secondary audience is technical decision makers who evaluate new developer platforms and technologies for medium to large IT departments.
| At Hands-On Lab Completion |
After completing this HOL, students will be able to:
- Familiarize with the SharePoint 2010 Central Administration site as well as working with a standard team site.
- Experience the new user interface concepts introduced in SharePoint 2010 such as the server-side ribbon and in-place item editing.
- Create and test a project that contains a Feature, a Feature Receiver and a Web Part.
- Configure SharePoint Tools deployment options.
- Debug a SharePoint Tools project by single-stepping through the code in a solution.
- Explore how SharePoint 2010 extends the Microsoft .NET framework to provide a platform on which to build solutions.
- Work with the new SharePoint 2010 UI features and explore XSLT views for lists.
- Experience how SharePoint Designer 2010 supports the creation of applications that can be leveraged throughout the application lifecycle.
- Demonstrate how SharePoint 2010 provides features and services to enable quick development of solutions to organizational problems.
- Experience with additional key programming enhancements in SharePoint 2010 that enable improved workflow design, solution deployment, and application performance.