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    How to learn Microsoft Sharepoint 2012?

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    Dear Members

    I am planning to learn to code in Microsoft Sharepoint 2012. Please tell me what basic knowledge should one have to start programing / coding in Microsoft Sharepoint 2010.

  • #729635
    Hai Deepak,
    If you are well versed with the Visual Studio environment, that is enough to learn the SharePoint Server 2012.
    The SharePoint Server needs the basic concepts of the C# language, ASP.Net concepts as they will be used in the coding similar to the .Net projects.
    To make the customization, you need to write the code in .Net only, creating the workflows, making the portals, using JavaScript, C# code etc. There are very few classes around 40-45 which are exclusively for the SharePoint, needs to be learned and rest of all is the .Net.
    So if you are good in .Net, there will not be any difficulties of learning the SharePoint server.
    Hope it will be helpful to you.

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  • #729650

    If you want to implement your project with SharePoint environment then you must and should have knowledge in .NET application wise. SharePoint we are used to store the data in Libraries and using that we fetch that data and show in front end purpose. So, if you are working in SharePoint Developer then you have 90% knowledge in .NET application and 10% knowledge in SharePoint application. If you are working in SharePoint in Admin level then you must have a knowledge in SharePoint 100%.

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