Got back from SharePoint Saturday New York yesterday afternoon. What a great event – the organizers and volunteers really went all out and everything went like clockwork.
I recorded my session and spent a good chunk of yesterday editing it so I could publish it today. If you have any questions or comments, please let me know.
Web parts are the foundation of user interfaces in SharePoint. As a developer it’s relatively easy (particularly with the visual web part in SharePoint 2010) to build something simple and get it deployed. But what do you do when you need to add editable properties or when you need to connect two web parts together? This fast-paced, demo-heavy session covers the more advanced aspects of building web parts for SharePoint 2007 and 2010. We’ll take a look at creating custom editor parts, building visual web parts, constructing connected Web parts, and making web parts asynchronous.