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Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010: Creating and Implementing Real-World Projects by Christian Buckley Jennifer Mason Brian T. Jackett, and Wes Preston

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Designing the Solution

With requirements gathered, it is now time to look at various decisions that need to be made before we build the solution. It is important to look at these items prior to completing any hands-on development. By following this process, you can be sure that you have completed the due diligence required to fully understand the business needs and requirements. In the following sections, two different areas will be described: design decisions and wireframes. The design decisions section examines the various tools that will be used to create this solution and explains why they were selected. The section about wireframes presents models of the required pages. Ideally, in a real-world scenario, the wireframes would be created and ...

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