I present to you, my dear readers, this humble set of links that I’ve found helpful in my own learnings in the arcane (sometimes black) art of SharePoint development. Honestly I’ve had this list kicking around my desktop for a few months and have been meaning to blog about it. (I put them together for a course that I taught on SharePoint development and webparts awhile ago.) So hopefully you find them useful on your path to SharePoint greatness.
Let’s start with the basics on SPS architecture and webparts:
- Use Windows SharePoint Services as a Platform for Building Collaborative Applications
- Use Windows SharePoint Services as a Platform for Building Collaborative Apps, Part 2
But I want to code a really cool webpart that might not be granted sufficient permissions by CAS. What should I do?
I’ve got a bunch of content that I want to move from one server to another. Do I have to code up some gnarly T-SQL to make it happen? No, just learn your way around stsadm.exe and smigrate.exe:
- Introducing the Administration Tools for Windows SharePoint Services
- Migrating and Upgrading Websites