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SharePoint 2010 Quick Notes

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Read and print Quick Notes about developing for Microsoft SharePoint 2010.

Applies to: SharePoint Foundation 2010 | SharePoint Server 2010 | Visual Studio 2010

This section of the MSDN library provides short, 2-4 page technical articles that help you get started developing solutions that take advantage of Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Each Quick Note addresses a particular scenario. After you complete a Quick Note, you should have a good idea of what that you need to do to apply the information in the Quick Note to your own solutions.

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We publish new content continuously. To view articles relating to Microsoft SharePoint 2010, click the items to the left in the table of contents.

  • SharePoint 2010 SDK Documentation. Software development kits (SDKs) or references are extended documentation sets. They usually provide application programming interface (API) documentation, sample code, and other supporting information.

  • SharePoint 2010 Technical Articles. Technical articles are 10-35 pages in length and provide detailed technical information and code examples. They may serve any number of purposes: getting started, providing best practices, describing a solution, discussing the use of a given object or method in depth, and so on.

  • SharePoint 2010 Book Excerpts. Book excerpts are online excerpts of published books. Each chapter often focuses on one key solution or set of tasks as well as providing you a free, in depth look at a book. Links are included for viewing the entire book online or purchasing the book.

  • SharePoint 2010 Visual How Tos. Visual how-to articles are 2-15 pages in length and combine some of the best elements of blogs, video, and technical articles by providing a brief overview, a code sample, and a how-to video. You can read the overview, review the code snippet, view the video, and explore the additional resources.

  • SharePoint 2010 Quick Notes. Quick Notes are 2-4 page tasks in a single scenario. Combined, they provide an end-to-end solution for a specific scenario. Individually, they are single-page tasks that you can print and use.


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