SharePoint 2013 Overview
Learning Objectives – In this module, you will learn the Key features, functional areas, and product enhancements of the SharePoint 2013 application development platform.
Topics – What is SharePoint 2013, Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Business Process Management (BPM), Business Intelligence (BI), Enterprise Search, Enterprise Social Networking, SharePoint Architecture, Logical Architecture, Physical Architecture, Installing SharePoint 2013, Software Dependencies, Developer Tools.
Programming SharePoint Object Model
Learning Objectives – In this module, you will learn the SharePoint 2013 Object Hierarchy and how to work with sites, webs and execution contexts. You will also learn how to develop web parts, event receivers, timer jobs, scheduled operations. This module also introduces how to work with SharePoint Designer 2013 and Visual Studio Tools.
Topics – Understanding the SharePoint Object Hierarchy, Working with Sites and Webs, Working with Execution Contexts, Working with Sites and Webs in Managed Code and Windows PowerShell, Running Code with Elevated Privileges, Adapting Content for Different User Permissions, Interact with lists and libraries Programmatically, Query and retrieve list data, Perform operations efficiently on large lists, Developing Web Parts, Event Receivers, Timer Jobs, scheduled Operations, Configuration data for custom components, Working with SharePoint Designer 2013, Working with Visual Studio Tools.
Designing and Managing Features and Solutions
Developing Apps in SharePoint 2013
Learning Objectives – In this module, you will learn what apps for SharePoint are, why you should build them, and the concepts that are fundamental to building them in SharePoint 2013.
Topics – What are Apps, Apps Hosting Models, SharePoint-Hosted Apps, Provider-Hosted Apps. Auto-Hosted Apps, Developer tools for Apps, SharePoint 2013 User Authentication,Apps Authentication, Apps Authorization, Apps Package Structure, Apps License Framework, and Publishing Apps.
Customizing Taxonomy, UI, Sites and Components
Learning Objectives – In this module, you will learn how to work with Custom Actions, SharePoint List, Themes, Master Pages, Map Provider, Assets and Content Types. You will also learn how to manage Taxonomy in SharePoint 2013.
Topics – Working with Custom Actions, Using Client-Side User Interface Components, Customizing the SharePoint List User Interface, Configuring an App to Display, Creating a Custom List View, Creating and Applying Themes, Tailoring Content to Platforms and Devices, Configuring and Customizing Navigation, Creating SharePoint Master Pages, Building Master Page Functionality, Publishing and Applying Design Assets, Creating a Custom Site Map Provider, Adding Custom Navigation Controls to a Master Page, Managing SharePoint Sites, Create a Site Definition, Create a List Definition, Managing Taxonomy in SharePoint 2013, Working with Advanced Features of Content Types, Creating an Event Receiver Assembly, Registering an Event Receiver with a Site Content Type.
Developing Managed Metadata Solutions (MMS)
Learning Objectives – In this module, we will learn how to use managed metadata to build taxonomies and tagging strategies that meet specific, detailed business needs in SharePoint 2013. We will also learn how the basic managed metadata API set is expanded and enhanced to provide more capabilities and scenario support.
Topics – Capabilities and applications of managed metadata in SharePoint, Automate the creation and configuration of managed metadata term sets; Interact with managed metadata term sets and fields from client-side and server-side code, Configuring Managed Metadata Term Sets, Working with Managed Metadata Fields, Creating and Configuring the Corporate Structure App, Displaying the Existing Taxonomy Groups, Creating a Group, Term Set and Terms, Obtaining the Host Web, Adding Metadata Site Columns.
Developing Business Connectivity Services (BCS)
Learning Objectives – In this module, we will learn how to use SharePoint 2013 as a hub for creating rich productivity and collaboration solutions that can work with a variety of external systems. We will also learn how Business Connectivity Services (BCS) provides the infrastructure that enables SharePoint to bring data from those external systems into a central system.
Topics – Creating Farm-Scoped and App-Scoped External Content Types, Create and configure BDC models by using SharePoint Designer and Visual Studio. Configuring BDC Models for Search, Developing Custom Connectivity Components, Working with External Events and Notifications, Deploying and testing a .NET Connectivity Model, Working with Business Data in Composite Solutions, Custom Solutions, Client Applications, Presenting Business Data in an App for SharePoint, Work with Business Data in SharePoint workflows, Utilize the various APIs available such as CSOM, JSOM, and REST.
Automating Business Processes with Workflows
Learning Objectives – In this module, we will learn how SharePoint 2013 workflows are powered by Windows Workflow Foundation 4 (WF) and how Windows Workflow Foundation, in turn, is built on the messaging functionality that is provided by Windows Communication Foundation (WCF).
Topics – Workflow Definition, Workflow Types – Sequential, State Machine, Workflow Platforms in SharePoint 2013, Workflows Core Technologies, Workflow Architecture in SharePoint 2013, Workflow Development Tools, SharePoint Designer 2013, VisualStudio 2012|2013, Visio 2013, InfoPath 2013, PowerShell cmdlets, Workflow Manager Client 1.0, Creating Workflows in SharePoint 2013.
Customizing Enterprise Search
Learning Objectives – In this module, we will learn how to query and customize Enterprise Search and also programmatically administering enterprise search.
Topics – Construct queries using Keyword Query Language (KQL) and FAST Query Language (FQL), Executing Search Queries from Code, Use SharePoint eDiscovery functionality in custom applications, Create and manage information management policies and document-sets programmatically, Manage and customize SharePoint records management functionality, Use a Custom Action to Launch a Search App, Customizing Query Processing, Search Results, Configuring Result Types and Display Templates, Customizing Content Processing, Create and deploy an entity extractor, Create various types of result sources, Create basic and complex query transforms, Configure query rule conditions and actions to target query intent, Create and modify result types, Create and modify display templates, Utilize display templates with various search web parts, Add managed properties as refiners with counts, Utilize entity extraction in your crawls, Extend content processing with Content Enrichment.
Implementing Enterprise Content Management
Learning Objectives – In this module, we will learn how to implement and customize eDiscovery in SharePoint 2013.
Topics – What is eDiscovery, eDiscovery Process Flow, The eDiscovery Center, eDiscovery Cases,Sources, eDiscovery sets, Queries, Exports, SharePoint In-Place Hold, Exchange In-Place Hold, eDiscovery Programming Model, Creating Content Organizer Rules.