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This course is called SharePoint 2013 Developer Ramp-Up - Part 5: Information Architecture Storage and Data Access. This course is available to all Pluralsight subscribers.

Course Description:

In this course you will learn how to create lists and document libraries using the SharePoint development tools in Visual Studio 2012. Students will also learn about the various events in SharePoint 2013 including the new remote event receiver capability. This course covers everything students need to know about building solutions that run on the server and use the SharePoint Server-Side API. You will also learn how to setup LINQ for SharePoint and query lists as well as use the more traditional methods of working with SharePoint data using CAML, SPQuery and SPSiteDataQuery. In this course students will learn how to leverage each of the three client object models (CSOM) implementations in SharePoint projects. In addition students will also learn how to use the new WCF Data Services (OData/REST) and Web Services to access SharePoint data from off the server. Finally this course will cover other client-side development topics such as working with notifications, status messages, toast messages and dialogs.

Module 1: Lists, Libraries and Events

In this module you will learn how to create lists and document libraries using the SharePoint development tools in Visual Studio 2012. Students will also learn about the various events in SharePoint 2013 including the new remote event receiver capability.

Module 2: Server-Side SharePoint Development

This module covers everything students need to know about building solutions that run on the server and use the SharePoint Server-Side API. In this module you will learn how to setup LINQ for SharePoint and query lists as well as use the more traditional methods of working with SharePoint data using CAML, SPQuery and SPSiteDataQuery.

Module 3: Client-Side SharePoint Development

In this module students will learn how to leverage each of the three client object models (CSOM) implementations in SharePoint projects. In addition students will also learn how to use the OData/REST APIs to access SharePoint data from off the server.

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