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As a Web Part developer, be aware of a couple of things when working with master pages. The default master page delivered with SharePoint 2010 contains the important Web Part Manager object (SPWebPartManager), so there s no need to define your own in your site or application pages. It s defined close to the body tag of the page and has an id of m. You can t add Web Part zones to the master page only to the pages utilizing the master page, but you can add Web Parts directly to a master page. These Web Parts will be available on all pages using the master page and they ll be static, because they don t exist in a zone. This also means that the Web Parts can t be customized using the user interface, for instance, when editing a page. You have to use SharePoint Designer 2010 to customize the Web Parts.
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This chapter was a brief introduction to the world of Web Parts in SharePoint, and you should now have the basic knowledge to begin building your own Web Parts. SharePoint is a platform that can be used to develop and deploy your custom applications. We walked through the basics of Web Parts in SharePoint 2010, and we introduced the building blocks of pages. Here s a summary of what you ve learned so far:
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Web Parts are one of the building blocks in SharePoint. Web Parts can act alone or together with other Web Parts. The Web Part infrastructure is defined in ASP.NET 2. Web Parts are managed through a Web Part Manager object. Web Parts exist inside or outside of Web Part zones. Pages in SharePoint host the Web Part zones.
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For a SharePoint Web Part developer, two tools are especially important: Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010. The first is used for designing and building Web Parts and the latter for configuring Web Parts, pages, and sites. The rest of this book will cover most of the situations you ll be facing when building Web Parts, and you should have these tools close at hand. Remember that you don t always have to develop your own Web Parts; there are plenty of configurable Web Parts that you can use to create your solutions. But, there are many situations when you need to develop your own custom Web Part to provide a unique functionality that your customer is requesting or to have full control of your application. Developing Web Parts isn t just about writing a piece of code that s injected into a SharePoint environment; you need to know how SharePoint uses the Web Parts and how you leverage SharePoint s features. We ll continue to explore Web Parts in SharePoint and how to make your Web Parts utilize the platform in the best possible way.
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A key factor in becoming a great developer is a good understanding of how end users work with the tools that SharePoint 2010 provides. As a developer, you may often be asked to build a solution or a Web Part that accomplishes a specific task. Taking advantage of the out-of-the-box features can get you up to speed faster. Sometimes, you may even end up with a solution that requires no programming and no new code. As you learned in the first chapter, the best SharePoint developers know how to leverage the platform and use the tools that SharePoint supplies. You ll most likely build better Web Parts if you know how your end users will use your Web Parts and how they ll create their own applications using them. In this chapter, we ll explore a few of those possibilities.
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