Quick Note Scenario: Getting Started with Web Part Development in SharePoint 2010

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Getting Started with Web Parts in SharePoint 2010:  Learn how to create Web Parts for SharePoint 2010. Learn to use SharePoint controls and to display data.

Last modified: April 22, 2011

Applies to: Office 2010 | SharePoint Foundation 2010 | SharePoint Server 2010 | Visual Studio | Visual Studio 2010

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Published:  March 2010

Provided by:  Frank Rice, Microsoft Corporation

Quick Notes are 2-4 page tasks in a single scenario. Combined, they provide an end-to-end solution for a specific scenario. Individually, they are single-page tasks that you can print and use.

Building Web Parts is one of the most common tasks you will undertake as a developer. SharePoint 2010 and Visual Studio 2010 enable you to create Web Parts quickly and easily. You can use project templates and project item templates to help you get started building standard ASP.NET Web Parts. You can also build a new type of Web Part called a Visual Web Part.

Frank Rice, Microsoft Corporation, is a frequent contributor to the Microsoft Office Developer Center.

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