Session 3: Creating SharePoint 2010 Ribbon Controls

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Presented by: Ulyssess Ludwig Running Time: 65 min The Ribbon Control in SharePoint 2010 allows developers and even end users to dynamically add ribbon buttons to support a variety of operations in SharePoint 2010. In this session, you'll learn how to use JavaScript and the client object model to complete a variety of operations and even notify the user of successes and failures—all while maintaining the look and feel of out-of-the-box SharePoint controls.

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Anybody who has tried their hand at developing in SharePoint 2010 will tell you that the first thing you need is a well-designed development environment. With that in place, Visual Studio includes many templates that let developers begin development with ease. However, developing code in SharePoint 2010 gets tricky as the complexity and integration of the delivered application increases.

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