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Expert SharePoint 2010 Practices by Steve Wright, Karthick Sethunarayanan, Ed Richard, Barry Ralston, Razi bin Rais, Doug Ortiz, Mark Orange, Tahir Naveed, Ed Musters, David Milner, Matthew McDermott, Cory Loriot, Joerg Krause, Ed Hild, Brian Farnhill, Matt Eddinger, Darrin Bishop, Dan Bakmand-Mikalski, Sahil Malik

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C H A P T E R  10

Client-Side Programming

At this point, you are going to take a slight detour from building the visual components of your sites into the magical realm of code writing. As you have seen throughout this book, some amazing things can be accomplished with SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010 without ever writing a line of code. However, in order to build the richest of user experiences, it is sometimes necessary to crack open the toolbox and pull out the power tools.

In this chapter, you will take a brief look at some of the tools that are available for writing high-performance client-side behaviors in SharePoint. This is not intended to be a comprehensive discussion of client-side programming in SharePoint. The ...

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