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Beginning SharePoint Communication Sites

Beginning SharePoint Communication Sites

The author starts by giving an introduction to SharePoint communication sites and how to create them. Next, you’ll cover various cases to understand the benefits of communicating through SharePoint communications sites. Further, you will learn how to design collaborative experiences for end users along with ways to plan social intranets. Here, you will understand how to integrate Yammer, SharePoint Online and email in order to build a collaborative experience. You will then integrate communication sites with Office 365 products for better end user collaboration. Finally, you will discover how to plan for and create communities using communication sites and learn more about social knowledge management.

Custom SharePoint Solutions with HTML and JavaScript

Custom SharePoint Solutions with HTML and JavaScript

The book starts with an introduction to working with SharePoint on the front end, and how this can help you avoid common pitfalls associated with deploying custom code on the server. You’ll start by using SharePoint’s browser-based tools to place and manipulate out-of-the-box web parts on a page. Then learn to inject some simple HTML and JavaScript to manipulate these web parts, and use JSLink to rapidly style and manipulate data in the List web part. You'll also see examples of how to build your own custom web parts using HTML, JavaScript and CSS.

SharePoint 2013 Essentials for Developers

SharePoint 2013 Essentials for Developers

Viewers will walk away from this LiveLesson with:

  • The ability and confidence to successfully develop SharePoint solutions.
  • A thorough understanding of SharePoint architecture and how it impacts solution design.
  • A thorough understanding of the SharePoint deployment methodology to ensure consistent and successful solution deployments.
  • A high level of comfort with the SharePoint object model.
  • An understanding of how to manage processes with SharePoint workflows.

SharePoint 2013 Site Owner

SharePoint 2013 Site Owner

This course is designed to teach students an overview of SharePoint Site Owner roles and responsibilities. Students will learn to add and configure sites, create and configure libraries and lists, create and customize columns, and manage content types. Students will also learn to manage permissions and permission levels, create and modify site pages and work with navigation and regional settings.

SharePoint 2013 Site User

SharePoint 2013 Site User

This course is designed to teach students an overview of end-user SharePoint interface and functionality. Students will also work with document libraries, work with lists and items, work with various views, update their personal profiles, use the Newsfeed, and learn about SharePoint integration with other Microsoft Office products.

SharePoint 2016 Site Owner

SharePoint 2016 Site Owner

This course is designed to teach students an overview of SharePoint Site Owner roles and responsibilities. Students will learn to add and configure sites, create and configure libraries and lists, create and customize columns, and manage content types. Students will also learn to manage permissions and permission levels, create and modify site pages and work with navigation and regional settings.

SharePoint 2016 Site User

SharePoint 2016 Site User

This course is designed to teach students an overview of end-user SharePoint interface and functionality. Students will also work with document libraries, work with lists and items, work with various views, update their personal profiles, use the Newsfeed, and learn about SharePoint integration with other Microsoft Office products.

SharePoint Development with the SharePoint Framework

SharePoint Development with the SharePoint Framework

This book targets current SharePoint developers, as well as people starting their journey on SharePoint development. The reader must have basic web development programming knowledge, including JavaScript and CSS. The reader should have familiarity using and managing SharePoint-based collaboration sites. The approach will be that of a practical tutorial which will take you through every topic using code samples and working examples.

Troubleshooting SharePoint

Troubleshooting SharePoint: The Complete Guide to Tools, Best Practices, PowerShell One-Liners, and Scripts

Utilize a treasure trove of free SharePoint troubleshooting tools and receive insightful guidance about the types of SharePoint issues that can be discovered through their use. Because SharePoint errors often present themselves one way, when an issue is actually something entirely different, the process of finding the root cause can feel like going down a rabbit hole. Hands-on exercises get you comfortable with logs so you can efficiently and effectively “explore the rabbit hole.”

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