Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007 Bible (Size: 11.71 MB)
SharePoint Designer allows you to design your own collaborative systems and processes across your enterprises inside the SharePoint platform. This in-depth Bible takes you from the basics through advanced features of SharePoint Designer, from application development to ongoing management after the systems are in place. Written by a SharePoint Designer expert, this guide makes Designer accessible for newcomers but is also full of insight, tips, and techniques for veterans who want to improve their system designs and increase productivity.
As SharePoint Server allows better Web-based collaboration, SharePoint Designer now gives developers better tools to design the many Web pages and sites necessary to support that widespread collaboration. With pages of step-by-step instructions from a Microsoft engineer, this essential guide shows you how to build effective, dynamic Web pages for the SharePoint Server platform, from the basics to advanced authoring and publishing. Topics include DHTML, the role of FrontPage legacy components, using ASP.NET controls, and much more.
*Work with SharePoint and non-SharePoint data sources, the Data Form Web Part, and Web part connections
*Use ASP.NET 2.0 to provide Web controls for many of the common Web site operations
*Design style sheets, master pages, and page layouts
*Create hit counters, forms, and Web site search capabilities
*Master remote authoring technologies, including FrontPage® RPC and SOAP
*Design and troubleshoot declarative SharePoint workflows
*Manage and publish SharePoint and non-SharePoint Web sites
*Understand client-server communication protocols and technologies