THIS BOOK WAS WRITTEN TO PROVIDE a wide coverage of complex solutions to common needs and
desires from SharePoint 2010 implementations along with great reference material for digging in
and learning the new platform; an excellent guide and handbook for people in the field. There are
plenty of books to ramp up and learn how to do things with SharePoint; however, this book focuses
on the main areas of customization and provides more intricate details as well as specific full-scale
solutions that people need to implement.
Develop SharePoint apps using collaborative social enterprise tools
Use the new Minimal Download Strategy (MDS) smart technology to consume less bandwidth
Version documents, list items, and entire parts of SharePoint with improved control
Use colors and styles to get a themed version of your CSS with a simple line of code
Extend the client object model with enhanced search capabilities
Your guide to the most significant changes in SharePoint 2013.
AS MICROSOFT DEVELOPED Silverlight versions 3 and 4, it enabled developers
to create compelling business applications that were distributed and run in
the browser with a rich, refreshing, and engaging experience. This technology
was a natural addition to the SharePoint developer’s toolbox, as so many
companies store business data within intranets and extranets on the Share-
Point platform. With the release of SharePoint 2010, Microsoft made it easier
to consume and integrate data stored within SharePoint into Silverlight
applications with the client object model and a new RESTful service....