With the passing of time, new and interesting topics related to SharePoint products and technologies have arisen, and Pro SharePoint 2003 Development Techniques is the first to cover them. This book discusses the landscape of SharePoint 2003 development in 2006 and beyond, integrating all of the new technologies that have become mainstream. This book takes current technologies and applies them in a SharePoint context. This includes ASP.NET 2.0, the new version of SQL Server, and a matured InfoPath. Also covered are software factories, which are becoming popular, and Ajax-style web development, which is already popular. The book also addresses BizTalk Server 2006, with its built-in SharePoint support and landscape of developing workflow applications. You'll read about WF and InfoPath integration with SharePoint 2003. And youall learn how to develop BizTalk Server 2006 compatible workflows in SharePoint 2003. Youall also learn about domain-specific languages, guidance automation tools, and more.The download is in the form ofa Windows Installer file (.msi), which can be used to install a web part library template that can be used within Visual Studio .NET 2005. In the previous section, we showed that you do not need a .dwp file to import a web part on a SharePoint site. ... The GAT documentation says that you do not need GAT to use guidance packages, although in our experience this is not true.
|Title||:||Pro SharePoint 2003 Development Techniques|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2006-11-20|