In this chapter you'll use the SharePoint object model to access lists and list items from code. There are hundreds of classes in the object model, so I won't be able to cover all of them. However, I'll explain some of the more commonly used classes.
To demonstrate the flexibility of Visual Studio, you'll create the project differently than you did in the previous chapter. Create an empty SharePoint project as shown in Figure 9-1. Enter the project name as WF_Chapter09.
Figure 9.1. Creating an empty SharePoint project
As I explained in the previous chapter, ...