• Instructor: Mike Hussy
  • Students: 5558
  • Duration: 10 weeks

Course Information

SharePoint is a web application that is works with Microsoft Office. SharePoint was initially marketed as Document Management and Storage System. SharePoint has high configuration and its usage varies drastically with organizations.


SharePoint has varied application few of the many are

Enterprise Content &Document Management: Share Point allows storage, search, retrieval, track, archive, report and management functions on various electronic documents and reports. These functions are majorly used in the legal and information management divisions of organizations.

Intranet and Social Network: SharePoint is used to centralize access to a firm’s intranet and few other applications.

Collaborative Software: With SharePoint, Scheduling a project and its various tasks becomes easier. It works with Microsoft Applications like Outlook and Project and deal with shared mailboxes and social collaboration.

File Hosting Service: The storage and synchronization of any individual’s documents and files with OneDrive is made possible.

 Creating web application
 Understand the purpose of content and configuration databases.
 Understand the purpose of service applications

 Create a New Top Level Site
 Create New Sub-Sites
 Configuring site properties

 Understand the purpose of lists and libraries.
 Understand the differences between the different lists and libraries.
 Understand the available list and library templates
 Create a Custom List
 Create a Document Library
 Navigate to settings page of Lists and Libraries

 Developing SharePoint Sites by Using SharePoint Designer
 Creating Document Libraries by Using SharePoint Designer
 About Features
 Deploy Files with Module
 Define Fields
 Create Content Types
 Create List Instances
 Packaging Features and Solutions by Using Visual Studio

 Working with SharePoint Sites Programmatically
 Working with SharePoint Lists Programmatically
 Working with List Data Programmatically

 Creating List Event Receivers
 Creating Feature Receivers to Modify Web.Config
 Creating Web Event Receivers

 Develop standard Web Parts.
 Develop connected Web Parts.
 Develop Visual Web Parts.

 Creating Workflows with SharePoint Designer
 Creating Workflows with Visual Studio

 Creating External Content Types and Lists by Using SharePoint Designer

 Overview of the SharePoint Client Object Model
 Creating a SharePoint Site, List, and List Items Using the Client Object Model

 Creating a Sandboxed Solution by Using Visual Studio

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