Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development
One great SharePoint
book in my company bookshelf is titled as Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development: Building Publishing Sites with Office SharePoint Server 2007
. This book is written by famous SharePoint guru Andrew Connell
and in my opionion it is one of those very useful books about SharePoint you must have
. So, let's see what we can find from this book.
Although reading the title it seems that everything there turns around web content management it is not so. This book covers also many other SharePoint topics. Everything you can find from this book is targeted to developers. This book is not another manual based reference to SharePoint - it is book that helps you solve many problems you may face when developing SharePoint sites. I have to admin that content management focus in this book is still very strong, so don't buy this book if you need to make some complex workflows to work.
If you want to know more about SharePoint, study how content management is built up in SharePoint and at same time you also want a load of good tips for developers then go and buy this book. You won't regret, I promise!
Table of contents
- Chapter 1: Embarking on Web Content Management Projects.
- Chapter 2: Windows SharePoint Server 3.0 Development Primer.
- Chapter 3: Overview of Web Content Management in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
- Chapter 4: SharePoint Features and the Solution Framework.
- Chapter 5: Minimal Publishing Site Definition.
- Chapter 6: Site Columns, Content Types, and Lists.
- Chapter 7: Master Pages and Page Layouts.
- Chapter 8: Navigation.
- Chapter 9: Accessibility.
- Chapter 10: Field Types and Field Controls.
- Chapter 11: Web Parts.
- Chapter 12: Leveraging Workflow.
- Chapter 13: Search.
- Chapter 14: Authoring Experience Extensibility.
- Chapter 15: Authentication and Authorization.
- Chapter 16: Implementing Sites with Multiple Languages and Devices.
- Chapter 17: Content Deployment.
- Chapter 18: Offline Authoring with Document Converters.
- Chapter 19: Performance Tips, Tricks, and Traps.
- Chapter 20: Incorporating ASP.NET 2.0 Applications.