Introduction to SharePoint 2010 Development

Introduction to SharePoint 2010 Development

Bascom Bridge’s SharePoint 2010 Developer training course teaches developers how to build customized SharePoint 2010 solutions using Visual Studio 2010.



  • Understand SharePoint as a development platform
  • Define fields, create content types, and list instances
  • Use new SharePoint templates and projects found in Visual Studio 2010
  • Write managed code that integrates with SharePoint
  • Display webs and lists with a Web Part
  • Create user controls and web parts
  • Use the Client Object Model in JavaScript, Silverlight, and managed code
  • Creating event handlers and custom list forms
  • Customize the appearance of your SharePoint sites using themes, cascading style sheets, and master pages
  • Create sandbox solutions for SharePoint
  • Ensure the security of your SharePoint applications
  • Configure custom navigation and the ribbon
  • Integrate SharePoint with remote databases and services using Business Connectivity Services
  • Create custom workflows using SharePoint Designer and Visual Studio


Attendees should have professional development experience with Visual Studio, the .NET Framework, and ASP.NET, as well as familiarity with Microsoft Office products such as Word and Excel. It is also helpful (but not required) that attendees have experience with the previous version of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Office SharePoint Server 2007 and have experience working directly with XML files in Visual Studio.


All attendees receive comprehensive courseware covering all subjects in the course.


  • Each student will need a full installation of SharePoint Server 2010, including a Windows Server 2008 operating system and a SQL Server 2008 database, and also client tools such as Internet Explorer, Office 2010, and Visual Studio 2010.
  • During the process of scheduling the class, we will host a conference call with you to discuss setup options.
  • For classes delivered online, all participants need either dual monitors or a separate device logged into the online session so that they can do their work on one screen and watch the instructor on the other. A separate computer connected to a projector or large screen TV would be another way for students to see the instructor’s screen simultaneously with working on their own.


  • Getting Started
    • SharePoint as a Development Platform
    • Creating a Site
    • Lists and Pages
    • SharePoint Architecture
    • Virtual Paths and Safe Mode
  • Features
    • About Features
    • Deploy Files with Module
    • Define Fields
    • Create Content Types
    • Create List Instances
  • Developing SharePoint Solutions with Visual Studio 2010
    • SharePoint 2010 Project and Item Templates
    • Using the Feature Designer
    • Using the Package Designer and Package Explorer
    • Configuring Deployment and Activation
    • Debugging
    • Importing Web Solution Packages
  • Writing Managed Code with the SharePoint Object Model
    • Core Classes in Microsoft SharePoint
    • Display Webs and Lists with a Web Part
    • Elevation of Privileges
    • Managing Resources with Dispose
    • Using SPDisposeCheck
    • Basic Troubleshooting
  • Programming Lists with Managed Code
    • List Object Model
    • Manipulate Lists and List Items
    • Create List Instances
    • Define Views
    • CAML Queries
    • Joins
    • LINQ to SharePoint
  • User Controls and Web Parts
    • Control Basics
    • Create User Controls
    • Visual Web Parts
    • Delegate Controls
    • Create Web Parts
    • Exposing Properties to the Web Part Editor
    • Create Custom Editor Parts
  • SharePoint Client Object Model
    • Introduction to the Client Object Model
    • Loading Object Instances
    • Using the Client Object Model in Managed Code
    • Using the Client Object Model in Silverlight Clients
    • Using the Client Object Model in JavaScript (ECMA Script) Clients
    • Using the Dialog Framework
  • Programming with List Items and Custom List Forms
    • Create, Read, Update and Delete List Items
    • Dealing with Complex Field Types
    • Creating Event Handlers
    • Creating Custom List Forms with SharePoint Designer
    • Incorporating Custom List Forms into Visual Studio Solutions
    • Creating Fully Custom List Forms in Visual Studio
    • Adding Custom Actions to the Ribbon and Edit Control Block
  • Basic Look and Feel
    • Control Basic Look and Feel
    • Using Features and .NET
    • Creating and Using Themes
    • Using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
    • Using Themes with Custom Styles
  • Master Pages
    • Creating SharePoint Master Pages in ASP.NET
    • Understanding the v4.Master Page
    • Default and Custom Master Page Tokens
    • Build Custom Master Pages
    • Deploy Custom Master Pages
  • Sandbox Solutions
    • Sandbox Overview
    • Sandbox Benefits
    • Sandbox Limitations
    • Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint Power Tools
    • Creating Visual Web Parts
    • Full Trust Proxies
  • Site Definitions and Web Templates
    • Core Foundation Site Definitions
    • Custom Site Definitions
    • WebTemp and ONET.xml
    • Web Template Features
  • Security
    • Creating Users and Groups with Code
    • Defining and Using Permission Levels Programmatically
    • Rights Masks and Security Trimming
    • Writing Authorization Code
  • Navigation and the Ribbon
    • Configure Navigation Programmatically
    • SPMenu Control
    • Using Custom Actions for Menues and Links
    • Using Custom Actions for Ribbon Controls
    • Working with the Ribbon
  • Business Connectivity Services
    • Understanding Business Data Connectivity Services
    • Creating External Content Types and Lists with SharePoint Designer 2010
    • Adding Actions
    • Consuming .NET Assemblies with WCF Services
    • Creating BCS Applications for SharePoint Foundation with Visual Studio 2010
    • Migrating Declarative Models to Visual Studio Solutions
  • Workflow Basics
    • SharePoint Designer Site Workflows
    • SharePoint Designer Reusable
    • Deploying Declarative Workflows with Web Solution Packages
    • Importing Reusable Workflows into Visual Studio
    • Building Custom Workflow with Visual Studio
  • Conclusion

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  • Course No : SHPT-210
  •  Theory : 40%
  •  Lab : 60%
  • Duration : 24 hours
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