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date: 30 июля 2008 / author: izograv / категория: SharePoint / views: 2771 / comments: 0

Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development: Building Publishing Sites with Office SharePoint Server 2007 by Andrew Connell

* The first book to focus on SharePoint Server as a robust platform for Web content
* Written by two SharePoint MVPs, this book walks developers through creating a Web content management platform on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007
* Begins with an overview of the various features of MOSS, Web Content Management (WCM) fundamentals, and the services available on the Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) platform
* Examines each aspect of a typical development project using the sample site throughout, which demonstrates key points, design elements, and development approaches
* Addresses SharePoint site columns, content types, master pages, and page layouts; creating a minimal SharePoint site definition; and creating WSS solution packages with Visual Studio
* Also covers field types and field controls, customizing the SharePoint authoring environment, and authentication and authorization

By allowing multiple users to create and update web pages without the use of HTML or specialized editing software, SharePoint Server 2007 Web Content Managament (WCM) is a fascinating system that organizes web content and design edits from each one of the site's contributors and then compiles all those changes into a finished product. Author and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server MVP Andrew Connell presents the first book to focus on the features and fundamentals of WCM as well as the various services that are offered by the Windows SharePoint Services platform.

Tackle each core aspect of a typical Publishing site development project using the techniques outlined in this book. You'll walk through key points, design elements, and development approaches that will demonstrate how WCM brings the power of content management to a large audience, and you'll quickly grasp why SharePoint Server is a robust platform for hosting content-centric Web sites.

What you will learn from this book

* Optimal methods for embarking on web content management projects
* Leveraging the provided Publishing Web Parts and creating custom Web Parts
* How to create custom field types and field controls
* How to customize the SharePoint authoring environment
* Techniques for implementing sites with multiple languages and devices
* Ways of creating a minimal SharePoint site definition
* Implementing an offline authoring experience
* Various performance tips, tricks, and traps

Who this book is for
This book is for Web development professionals, particularly ASP.NET 2.0 developers who are building content management sites with the SharePoint platform.


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