MSDN White Paper: Integrating Mobile Client Applications with SharePoint 2010 WorkflowsNovember 24, 2010
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During the latter portion of 2009 and a good portion of 2010 I was privileged to work with the MS Patterns and Practices team to create the Developing Applications for SharePoint 2010MSDN documentation. This MSDN documentation includes in depth technical documentation which covering the core aspects of SharePoint 2010 development, several easy to deploy reference implementations based on realistic real world scenarios, a large set of HOW TO articles, and a library of utility classes you can use to enhance your own SharePoint applications.
In case you have not read the guidance yet, here are some of the helpful HOW TOs you will find in the guidance. Wow! What a list … and that’s not even all of them!
- How to: Create and Register a Sandbox Proxy
- How to: Create a Web Application-Scoped Timer Job
- How to: Debug a Feature Receiver
- How to: Debug a Timer Job
- How to: Deploy an Application Page to Central Administration
- How to: Deploy a Document Template in a Sandboxed Solution
- How to: Deploy a Web Part Page in a Sandboxed Solution
- How to: Display a Page as a Modal Dialog Box
- How to: Configure an Association Navigator Using a Stored Procedure
- How to: Create and Export a BDC Model Using SharePoint Designer
- How to: Deploy a Declarative BDC Model with a Feature
- How to: Programmatically Create Content Types
- How to: Programmatically Set the Delete Behavior on a Lookup Field
- How to: Manually Generate SPLINQ Entity Classes by Using SPMetal
- How to: Use the BDC Runtime APIs to Access BCS Data
- How To: View CAML Generated by LINQ to SharePoint
- How to: Enable ECMA Client Object Model IntelliSense in Visual Studio 2010
- How to: Construct and Process Batch Queries by Using REST
- How to: Create a REST Service Proxy
- How To: Use a SharePoint Project to Deploy a Silverlight Application
Throughout the project the content in the guidance was validated by the SharePoint product engineers, SharePoint MVPs, and several SharePoint industry experts. I’m happy to say the core content from the guidance is now available in the form of a book Designing Solutions for Microsoft SharePoint 2010: Making the right architecture and implementation decisions.
Go check it out, this is a fantastic resource every SharePoint architect and developer should read.