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SharePoint 2010 as a Development Platform by Bernd Pehlke, Jörg Krause, Christian Langhirt, Martin Döring, Alexander Sterff

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Chapter 6. Web Parts

Most developers take their first steps into SharePoint development with Web Parts. If you work with ASP.NET, you might already know about Web Parts—though it's unlikely you've had a project that requires Web Parts. There is a good reason why Web Parts are used heavily in SharePoint but have never attained popularity in other projects. SharePoint is not only the application that best shows the power of Web Parts, it's the reason Web Parts exist. Users can use the personalization framework to create their own view of a page and arrange parts to suit their personal preferences.

For these reasons, the Web Part programming style plays a lead role in this book. In this chapter we cover

  • The constituent elements of SharePoint Web Parts ...

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