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Microsoft 70-488: Developing SharePoint Server 2013 Core Solutions

Course Description

18.03 Hours

32 Videos

This course on Developing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 Core Solutions will prepare you for Exam 70-488 and enhance key skills required for SharePoint development activities. This Microsoft training course is intended for professional developers who develop solutions for SharePoint products and technologies. While a small amount of familiarity with SharePoint development is required, candidates are not expected to have prior experience with the new features in SharePoint Server 2013.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Overview of SharePoint Development

  1. Course Introduction
  2. Introduction To SharePoint Development Part1
  3. Introduction To SharePoint Development Part2
  4. Introduction To SharePoint Development Part3
  5. Choosing A Development Approach Part1
  6. Choosing A Development Approach Part2
  7. SharePoint 2013 Deployment And Execution Models Part1
  8. SharePoint 2013 Deployment And Execution Models Part2
  9. SharePoint 2013 Deployment And Execution Models Part3

Module 2: Working With Objects, List, And Libraries

  1. Introduction To The SharePoint Object Hierarchy Part1
  2. Introduction To The SharePoint Object Hierarchy Part2
  3. Working With Sites And Webs Part1
  4. Working With Sites And Webs Part2
  5. Working With Sites And Webs Part3
  6. Working With Sites And Webs Part4
  7. Managing Execution Contexts Part1
  8. Managing Execution Contexts Part2
  9. Using Lists And Library Objects Part1
  10. Using Lists And Library Objects Part2
  11. Querying And Retrieving Data From Lists Part1
  12. Querying And Retrieving Data From Lists Part2
  13. Querying And Retrieving Data From Lists Part3
  14. Working With Large Lists Part1
  15. Working With Large Lists Part2

Module 3: Working With Features and Solutions

  1. Introduction To Features
  2. Introduction To Solutions
  3. Creating And Configuring Features And Solutions Part1
  4. Creating And Configuring Features And Solutions Part2
  5. Creating And Configuring Features And Solutions Part3
  6. Creating And Configuring Features And Solutions Part4
  7. Using Sandboxed Solutions

Module 4: Developing Server Side Code

  1. Web Parts
  2. Event Receivers Part1
  3. Event Receivers Part2
  4. Timer Jobs
  5. Storing Configuration Data Part1
  6. Storing Configuration Data Part2

Module 5: Managing Authentication And Authorization

  1. Introduction To Identity Management
  2. Managing Permissions
  3. Configuring Forms Based Authentication
  4. Working With Custom Authentication Part1
  5. Working With Custom Authentication Part2
  6. Working With Custom Authentication Part3

Module 6: Client Side SharePoint Development

  1. Using The CSOM For Managed Code Part1
  2. Using The CSOM For Managed Code Part2
  3. Using The CSOM For Managed Code Part3
  4. Using The CSOM For JavaScript
  5. Using The Rest API With JavaScript Part1
  6. Using The Rest API With JavaScript Part2

Module 7: Developing And Managing Apps

  1. Overview Of Apps For SharePoint Part1
  2. Overview Of Apps For SharePoint Part2
  3. Developing Apps For SharePoint
  4. Overview Of Remote Hosted Apps
  5. Configuring Remote Hosted Apps
  6. Developing Remote Hosted Apps Part1
  7. Developing Remote Hosted Apps Part2
  8. Publishing And Distributing Apps Part1
  9. Publishing And Distributing Apps Part2
  10. Publishing And Distributing Apps Part3

Module 8: Using Workflows To Automate Business Processes

  1. Overview Of Workflows In SharePoint 2013
  2. Building Workflows Part1
  3. Building Workflows Part2
  4. Developing Workflows Part1
  5. Developing Workflows Part2

Module 9: Customizing SharePoint Interfaces

  1. Working With Custom Actions
  2. Using Client-Side Interface Components
  3. Customizing The SharePoint List User Interface
  4. Course Conclusion


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