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Pro ASP.NET SharePoint 2010 Solutions: Techniques for Building SharePoint Functionality into ASP.NET Applications by Dave Milner

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Chapter 5. Web Parts and Master Pages

The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

Aristotle

Now that we have a fundamental understanding of some of the parts of SharePoint 2010, including from a perspective of IIS, ASP.NET, and the .NET Framework, as well as from a file system and database point of view, it is time to get started building some things that will help us in our integration of ASP.NET solutions and SharePoint 2010.

In this chapter, we will briefly define web parts, and then get directly into code examples of building web parts. We will build both visual web parts as well as standard web parts, we will build web parts for sandboxed solutions, and we will build a Silverlight web part. In building these, we will expose both the SharePoint ...

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