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Building a SharePoint 2016 Home Lab: A How-To Reference on Simulating a Realistic SharePoint Testing Environment by Stacy Simpkins

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© Stacy Simpkins 2016

Stacy Simpkins, Building a SharePoint 2016 Home Lab, 10.1007/978-1-4842-2170-9_12

12. Installing Dev Tools

Stacy Simpkins

(1)Brandon, Florida, USA

The previous ten chapters have led up to this momentous moment: installing the tools used for development! So, I hope you’re not upset that this chapter will not be very long. I also hope you’re not upset that we won’t be developing anything in this chapter.

We’re going to cover installing SharePoint Designer on a workstation (a.k.a. laptop or PC) and we’re going to cover installing Visual Studio on the app server. You could install SharePoint Designer on the server, but normally at work, you wouldn’t install Designer on the server; so, we’re going to follow suit in the home lab. ...

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