MOC 10232 - Designing and Developing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Applications


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This five-day SharePoint Sever 2010 training class is intended for SharePoint Development professionals who are responsible for leading projects, designing solutions, and identifying problems. In this course, students learn the skills and best practices that are required to help organizations design and develop effective SharePoint applications.

  1. Advanced ASP.NET Concepts for SharePoint
    1. Server Memory
    2. Server CPU
    3. Transfer and Client
    4. Lab: Page Size and View State
      1. Using Fiddler to Observe Page Loading
      2. Using Fiddler to Examine Page Size
      3. Reducing Page Size
    5. Lab: Memory and Performance
      1. Capturing a Memory Profile
      2. Reviewing the Report
      3. Resolving Memory Issues and Retest
  2. Designing for User Experience
    1. SharePoint Background
    2. Page Parts
    3. Pages
    4. Globalization and Localization
    5. Designing for Accessibility
    6. Lab: Selecting Page Parts
      1. Plant Summary Page
      2. Plant Configuration Page
      3. Employee List
      4. Line Status
    7. Lab: Selecting Page Types
      1. Line Dashboard
      2. Manager's Dashboard
      3. Alert Notification
  3. Designing for Data
    1. List and Library Fundamentals
    2. Large Data Strategies
    3. SharePoint Data Management
    4. Lab: Time Tracking
      1. Creating List Views
      2. Indexing Key Columns
    5. Lab: Invoice Management
      1. Establishing an Invoice Content Type
      2. Creating a Solution for Storing Invoices
      3. Testing the Solution for Storing Invoices
  4. Designing Data Capture and Integration
    1. Designing for Data Capture
    2. Designing for Integration
    3. Lab: Creating External Lists
      1. Connecting to the Data Source
      2. Defining the External Content Types
      3. Defining the External Lists
      4. Setting Security for the Content Types
      5. Defining an Association
    4. Lab: Creating an InfoPath Form
      1. Deciding the kind of form to create
      2. Creating the Header fields
      3. Creating the Lines
      4. Publishing the Form to a SharePoint Library
  5. Designing Artefacts
    1. Customer Requirements
    2. Creating Sites
    3. Lab: Incident Response Site
      1. Evaluating the Requirements
      2. Designing the Solution
    4. Lab: Expense Reports
      1. Evaluating the Requirements
      2. Designing the Solution
  6. Designing Processing Solutions
    1. Multi-Server Configurations
    2. In and Out of the Sandbox
    3. Getting Work Done
    4. Working with Workflows
    5. Lab: Engineering System
      1. Evaluating Client Capabilities and Requirements
      2. Evaluating Sandbox Capabilities and Requirements
      3. Evaluating Farm Deployment Capabilities and Requirements
    6. Lab: Sensor Report
      1. Designing Data Access for Sensor Data
      2. Designing a Processing Solution for the Report
      3. Designing a Processing Solution for Approval
  7. Designing Packaging
    1. Understanding the Packaging Lifecycle
    2. Establish Design Principles
    3. Lab: Building a Business Document Solution
      1. Designing a Solution
      2. Create the Final Solution
    4. Lab: Working with Dependencies
      1. Creating a Common Assembly
      2. Creating a dependent Solution
  8. Designing a Development Strategy
    1. Developing for the Enterprise
    2. The Role of Logging
    3. Application Flexibility and Configuration
    4. Lab: Team-based Logging and Configuration
      1. List based configuration appraisal
      2. SharePoint List based configuration
      3. SharePoint List based logging
      4. Configure logging level
    5. Lab: Operational Logging
      1. Add Logging to SharePoint ULS
  9. Developing Versioning and Deployment
    1. Application Lifecycle
    2. Versioning Strategy
    3. Upgrading
    4. Lab: Versioning Assemblies
      1. Defining Base Version
      2. Upgrading the Assembly
    5. Lab: Feature Upgrade
      1. Creating Upgrade Manage Page
      2. Adding Feature to Upgrade
      3. Upgrade Feature
  10. Designing Information Architecture and Navigation
    1. Designing an Information Architecture
    2. Planning for Software Boundaries
    3. Designing Content Navigation
    4. Lab: Categorizing Information
  11. Card Sort
    1. Design Content Types and Site Columns
    2. Lab: Implementing Farm Level Navigation
      1. Deploying a custom SiteMap
      2. Adding an ASP Menu to the Master Page
  12. Designing Branding and Customization
    1. Introduction to Branding
    2. Themes
    3. Master Pages
    4. Cascading Style Sheets
    5. Tools Overview
    6. Implementing SharePoint Branding
    7. Lab: Deploying Custom Branding
      1. Deploying a Custom Site Column and Content Type
      2. Using custom CSS
      3. Deploying a custom master page
    8. Lab: Deploying a Custom Content Type
  13. Deploying a Custom Site Column and Content Type
  14. Designing Security
    1. Security within SharePoint
    2. Using an Alternate Identity Store
    3. Forms-Based Authentication
    4. Deeper look at SharePoint Claims
    5. Lab: Setting Up a Customer Service Site
      1. Setting Up the Authentication Provider
      2. Creating an FBA-Claims Site
      3. Optional Exercise: Viewing Claims for an FBA User
    6. Lab: Solving a Security Issue
      1. Understanding the Scope and Relating it to Configuration
      2. Designing a Security Strategy
  15. Designing for Page and Data Access Performance
    1. Optimizing SharePoint Page Performance
    2. Analyzing Performance with the SharePoint Developer Dashboard
    3. Optimizing SharePoint Data Access Performance
    4. Lab: Using Developer Dashboard
      1. Using the SharePoint Server 2010 Developer Dashboard to Capture Performance Metrics
      2. Leveraging the SharePoint Server 2010 Search API for Large Data Queries
  16. Designing Testing Strategy
    1. Testing Concepts
    2. Unit, Integration, Regression Testing
    3. Performance Testing
    4. Lab: Designing a Testing Strategy
      1. Unit Testing
      2. Performance Testing
      3. Load Testing

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