Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Developer Reference : Developer Reference
Design and develop great solutions using SharePoint 2013 Develop your business collaboration solutions quickly and effectively with the rich set of tools, classes, libraries, and controls available in Microsoft SharePoint 2013. With this practical reference, enterprise-development expert Paolo Pialorsi shows you how to extend and customize the SharePoint environment-and helps you sharpen your development skills. Ideal for ASP.NET developers with Microsoft .NET and C# knowledge. Discover how to: Create custom SharePoint apps and publish them in the Office Store Orchestrate your workflows with the new Workflow Manager 1.0 Access and manage your SharePoint data with the REST APIs Federate SharePoint with Windows Azure Access Control Services Customize your SharePoint 2013 UI for a better user experience Gain a thorough understanding of authentication and authorization
- Paperback | 794 pages
- 188 x 228 x 44mm | 1,299.98g
- 21 Jun 2013
- Microsoft Press,U.S.
- Redmond, United States
- w. ill.
Table of contents
Introduction Getting started Chapter 1: Microsoft SharePoint 2013: A quick tour Chapter 2: SharePoint data fundamentals Developing SharePoint Solutions Chapter 3: Data provisioning Chapter 4: SharePoint features and solutions Chapter 5: Server Object Model Chapter 6: LINQ to SharePoint Chapter 7: Client-side technologies Developing SharePoint apps Chapter 8: SharePoint apps Chapter 9: The new SharePoint REST API Chapter 10: Remote event receivers Extending SharePoint Chapter 11: architectureof Web PartsEditorZone classWeb Partsarchitecture ofWeb PartsoverviewWebParts namespaceWebPartZone classDeveloping Web Parts Chapter 12: Customizing the UI Chapter 13: Web templates Chapter 14: Business Connectivity Services Developing workflows Chapter 15: Windows Workflow Foundation Chapter 16: SharePoint workflow fundamentals Chapter 17: Developing workflows Chapter 18: Advanced workflows Security infrastructure Chapter 19: Authentication and authorization infrastructure Chapter 20: Claims-based authentication, federated identities, and OAuth About the Author
About Paolo Pialorsi
Paolo Pialorsi is a consultant, trainer, and popular speaker at industry conferences. He specializes in developing distributed applications architectures and Microsoft SharePoint enterprise solutions. Paolo is the author of Programming Microsoft LINQ in Microsoft .NET Framework 4 and Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Developer Reference.