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Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2013 by Mirjam van Olst Scot Hillier Ted Pattison, Andrew Connell, Wictor Wilen, and Kyle Davis

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Chapter 7. SharePoint pages

One of the most fundamental aspects of Microsoft SharePoint or any web-based system, for that matter, is the pages. Pages in SharePoint are an important foundation of the infrastructure and of custom solutions, whether those solutions are farm solutions, sandboxed solutions, or SharePoint apps. Pages are used for a variety of scenarios, for instance, presenting information or hosting logic. Users need pages to display their content, applications need pages to render their UIs, and SharePoint needs pages to render lists, libraries, and so on.

This chapter explains how SharePoint works with pages. It begins with a discussion of the infrastructure and plumbing that is done with Microsoft ASP.NET and Microsoft Internet Information ...

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