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    Webpart in sharepoint

    Are you looking for how to configure webparts in sharepoint? Learn about webparts in sharepoint and where we use wbparts.

    what is webpart in sharepoint 2013 and types available? why we are using webpart in sharepoint
  • #737564
    Hai Raahmankhan,
    Web parts are the part of the web page which are nothing but the server side controls and used in the Site Pages of SharePoint. These web parts can be editable and configurable by the user. We can simply drag and drop to the site pages and use their functionality. There are many default web parts available in the SharePoint. We can also create our own custom webs-parts and use them.
    There are mainly 2 types of web-parts are available in the SharePoint:
    1. ASP.Net based web parts: These web-parts are inherited from System.Web.dll and all the controls are inherited from the web-part class. These web-parts can be used in .Net as well as in SharePoint Server.
    2. Sharepoint based Webparts: These webparts are dependent on Microsoft.SharePoint.dll and should be inherited from Microsoft.SharePoint.WebpartPage namespace. These web-parts can be only used in SharePoint.
    For more details, you can go through the below link:

    Hope it will be helpful to you.

    Pawan Awasthi(DNS MVM)
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  • #737638
    Web Parts are server-side controls that run inside the context of site pages in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation.Web Parts pages and controls is a collaborative effort. Developers, site administrators, Analysis and server administrators to improve security for Web Parts and Web Parts pages .Types of Web Parts in SharePoint Foundation
    [1]ASP.NET Web Parts
    [2] SharePoint-based Web Parts
    You can use this URL for article for Webparts

  • #737685
    In very simple terms webparts are nothing but a re-usable component which can be used to display contents in your SharePoint sites.

    For more and very detailed answer I would like you to read below articles,

    Asheej T K

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