Introduction to SharePoint Products and Technologies – Cont.

If you are new to SharePoint you are required to read some stuff about SharePoint. I have listed Below is a list of articles that will help you get the best information out of SharePoint products and technologies

This series of articles on SharePoint is intended to help you understand the capabilities of the product, as well as provide tips and tricks, development ideas, information from Microsoft, information from the community, and perhaps some samples.

It will include how-to articles that can help you with your deployments; ways to customize a page; deployment scenarios; and content management.

An Introduction to Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server Paul Schaeflein begins his series with a look at the history, features, and applications of Microsoft’s SharePoint portal server.

Getting Started with Windows SharePoint Services Take a look at the basic installation of a SharePoint corporate intranet and some basic customization options.

Building a Searchable Phone Directory with Windows SharePoint Services How to build a searchable telephone directory for your SharePoint intranet, complete with partial name search.

Integrating a Legacy Web Application in SharePoint Learn how to integrate a legacy Web application inside a SharePoint site.

Enabling Users to Maintain SharePoint Content An introduction to managing SharePoint content with the Content Editor Web Part.

Customizing the Quick Launch in a WSS Team Site Paul provides a solution to automate the linking of documents in a Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) document library to the Quick Launch navigation feature.

Using a Custom Web Page Template for Easy Content Entry Paul continues to showcase content entry solutions that help end-users post content to a SharePoint site with minimal technical assistance.

Harnessing Properties in SharePoint Search Robert teaches you how SharePoint uses document library fields to create properties that are searchable and how to enable searching on those properties.

Reading and Writing RSS with SharePoint Takes a look at some easy to install and use solutions for including RSS content in SharePoint sites.

Developing a Custom Web Part, Part 1 Paul walks readers through the process of developing a custom Web Part for Sharepoint.

A Sensible Framework for SharePoint Intranet Navigation Although the fundamental concepts behind a sensible navigation framework are simple, they are not well understood by developers or designers.

Developing a Custom Web Part, Part 2 Continue exploring the process of developing a custom Web Part for Sharepoint.

Developing a Custom Web Part, Part 3 How to save the data entered on the user input form and then how to render the output of the Web Part.

Choosing Between a User Control or Web Part for SharePoint Most people believe that you have to write Web Parts if you want to do work with SharePoint. This is only partially true. But in trying to decide whether to employ user controls or Web Parts, you must first understand the strengths and weaknesses of each approach.

How SharePoint and SOA Fit Together Like peanut butter and jelly, Robert Bogue says the combination of Microsoft SharePoint and Service Oriented Architecture is one that’s bound to stick around because SharePoint puts a face on your infrastructure.

SharePoint Gets Search Analytics The next version of SharePoint Search will include reports that allow you to see the effectiveness of the searches users are executing.

Jerry

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s