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SharePoint 2010 Web Parts in Action by Wictor Wilen

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Chapter 3. Building Web Parts with Visual Studio 2010

 

This chapter covers

  • Using Visual Studio 2010
  • Taking advantage of SharePoint Developer Tools
  • Building Visual Web Parts
  • Building traditional Web Parts

 

You should now have a fairly good understanding of what Web Parts are and how end users will work with them. It’s time to start building some of your own. Previous versions of SharePoint lacked the tools and applications to create a good development experience, which made it hard to be productive. You had to use tools provided by the community, create your own, or do a lot of manual editing of XML-based manifests and configuration files. The new SharePoint Developer Tools that ship with Visual Studio 2010 solve these problems and allow ...

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