SharePoint Designer 2010 Unleashed (Anglais) Broché – 16 septembre 2011
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Description du produit
Présentation de l'éditeur
Now that Microsoft has made SharePoint Designer a free download, thousands of organizations are adopting it to design state-of-the-art SharePoint sites and solutions. In SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed, Microsoft MVP Kathy Hughes brings together all the information you need to make the most of this powerful tool. Using realistic examples, you are guided through all of Designer 2010’s capabilities, presenting best practices drawn from her extensive experience.
First, Hughes quickly reviews the SharePoint 2010 concepts and tools that SharePoint Designer 2010 users must know to be effective. Next, she introduces SharePoint Designer 2010’s revamped interface, shows how to use its core features, and calls attention to its most powerful new improvements.
You’ll walk step-by-step through styling and designing sites that offer advanced functionality and consistent branding. Next, you’ll master SharePoint Designer 2010’s toolsets for data integration and workflow development.
This book will be invaluable to every user or potential user of SharePoint Designer, including: Web designers, information workers, software developers, system administrators, and IT managers.
Kathy Hughes is a Microsoft MVP for SharePoint Server with a Masters Degree in interaction design from the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Hughes trains and consults on SharePoint, focusing on design, usability, and customization. She contributed to multiple SharePoint Server 2007 books, and authored a comprehensive five-day SharePoint Server 2007 Designer course used by Mindsharp and its partners worldwide. She speaks regularly at Microsoft events including TechEd Australia and Office DevCon Australia.
- Get started fast with SharePoint Designer 2010 and SharePoint 2010
- Customize SharePoint sites and content with CSS, Web Parts, master pages, and themes
- Work with site templates
- Create and adapt content types, columns, lists, and libraries
- Quickly build new content pages and page layouts
- Incorporate media, including Silverlight and images
- Configure RSS, REST, SQL Server, and other data sources
- Integrate external content types and lists via Business Connectivity Services (BCS)
- Authenticate data sources and troubleshoot data integration problems
- Extend the ribbon with custom actions and leverage the dialog framework to enhance the user interface
- Use SharePoint Designer 2010’s built-in ASP.NET controls
- Extend site functionality with the XSLT List View and Data View Web Parts
- Modify out-of-the-box list forms, or build new ones with InfoPath 2010
- Adapt Designer 2010’s workflows or build entirely new ones
Category: Microsoft® SharePoint®
Covers: Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010
User Level: Intermediate–Advanced
ON THE WEB:
Download all examples and source code presented in this book from informit.com/title/9780672331053
Quatrième de couverture
- Work with SharePoint 2010 out-of-the-box features and understand the extent of design and customization possible via the Web interface
- Leverage the power of SharePoint Designer 2010 to maximize and extend SharePoint 2010 site customizations
- Customize a site from the early stages of prototyping and design to the final deployment phase
- Build powerful workflows and align them to your business processes
- Integrate and present external data into SharePoint sites
- Effectively brand your SharePoint Server 2010 sites to make them unique and powerful
- Leverage custom branding through the use of CSS, master pages, templates, themes and other features
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
The great thing about the Kindle version is that it is so easy to access (compared to the published book which at more than 1600 pages would be a little weighty to be carrying around). The bookmarking and linking within the Kindle book make it a snap to navigate around and jump between topics. The only thing I would have possibly liked to see is an entry in the Kindle 'Go to' jump list pointing to the Index. The Index is a really quick way to find key topics. Tip: for now I simply manually jump to Location 25225 of the book to view the index... 25225, remember that location :-)
Note, there's also a bunch of free downloads that accompany the book - more than 50MB of samples, code and additional stuff. The link is above in the main Product description. I only just realised this.
The breadth of the book is pretty staggering, covering high level topics in a way that makes them easily digestible, but also diving into minute details in every area. The technical attention to detail in this very impressive.
As other reviews have noted, the book includes coverage of just about everything, from in-depth InfoPath topics and ASP.NET controls, right down to comparing the pros and cons of DIVs versus tables in SP styling and the subtleties of encoding characters. An area like Workflow is given excellent treatment, as are all the various data integration and BCS scenarios. Who knew SharePoint Designer has so much packed into it?
It's unusual to find an auther who covers both front-end and back-end development so well. I was surprised to find that the author - who knows the intricacies of XSLT and data transformation deeply - also knows so much about the ins-and-outs of CSS and visual styling.
This book won't be for everyone, eg if you are after a basic introduction to SPD then this will probably overwhelm you. But if you are developer looking to learn SharePoint Designer 2010 in a deep way, then this is the book to use.
As such, this book is great for a kick in the right direction, and providing enough guidance to get you through some of the major hurtles. While I would love to find a book that goes deep into details of workflows and how they operate, no such book or documentation exists.
Between this book, a quick reference/pocket guide for ideas, and a lot of hours playing with the system. You can accomplish just about anything you need.
The rest is just how much time are you willing to invest.
Now if I could just get people to start using SharePoint, I would truly happy.
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