Beginning PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 is a book for the SharePoint administrator looking to expand his or her toolkit and skills by learning PowerShell, Microsoft’s vastly flexible and versatile object oriented scripting language. PowerShell is the future of Microsoft administration, and SharePoint is a complex product that can be managed more easily and quickly with PowerShell cmdlets and scripts. This book helps bridge the gap, introducing PowerShell fundamentals and operations in the context of deploying, migrating, managing, and monitoring SharePoint 2013.
Following on the heels of successful previous editions, this perennial bestseller is completely updated for the latest iteration of SharePoint. The team of authors walks you through building business solutions using SharePoint 2013, while providing real-world scenarios and detailed descriptions that highlight best practices for configuration and customization. Featuring new chapters that discuss managing permissions and working with Access Services, this ideal introductory guide shows you how to efficiently handle a variety of SharePoint challenges that you may face and gives you the tools you need to put this popular content management platform to work for you.
Fully updated for SharePoint 2013, this book is an ideal starting place for SharePoint development. Covering all the major topics that a new developer needs to know in order to get started, this resource contains 100 percent new content and addresses the major overhaul to the SharePoint 2013 platform. The team of authors, led by Microsoft’s Steve Fox, presents you with a detailed overview that helps you establish a starting point for development. They then walk you through ways to advance your knowledge so that you leverage the new SharePoint 2013 features to build custom solutions.
Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 is a powerful, sophisticated desktop application that allows you to customize websites based on Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Written by a team of SharePoint experts, this book provides you with an overview of the SharePoint Designer toolset and shows you how to use those tools to do far more than simply modify web pages. You’ll learn to create and edit cascading style sheets, and visually design and edit code-free workflows. By the end of the book, you’ll have acquired the skills necessary to modify, manage, and enhance virtually every aspect of a user’s experience on a SharePoint 2010 website.
Beginning SharePoint with Excel is for advanced Excel users who want to extend the usefulness of Excel by adding the collaborative features of SharePoint. There’s no code in this book because it’s not for programmers nor is it for Excel beginners. It’s for those who regularly use Excel in enterprise business environments and who want to leverage the power and capabilities of SharePoint.