Black Magic Solutions for White Hat SharePoint
Monday, June 30, 2014 at 12:30 AM - Saturday, December 27, 2014 at 1:30 AM (EDT)
UPDATE: The book is now available for purchase. You can use the form above to purchase the .pdf/Kindle version, or you can go to Amazon and get a hard copy and the Kindle version. Thanks for your support.
Projects for SharePoint Power Users
EndUserSharePoint is known for creating simple solutions that Power Users can implement without access to the server. In this book, we take seven different approaches to working with SharePoint to make it more user friendly. Authors Marc Anderson, Wendy Neal, Josh McCarty, Ben Tedder, Dave Coleman, Eric Overfield, and Paul Tavares take you from from the very beginning stages of using jQuery through the full implementation of solutions that will change the way your users feel about SharePoint.
We had dozens of volunteers from the SharePoint Community help us with the proofreading and copy edits. The authors spent months slaving over the details of their solutions. We're getting ready to launch, and we'd like you along for the ride.
The price for the digital book (.pdf or Kindle, your choice) is $9.95. We set the price so that anyone can afford to get it without having to put in a purchase order or ask their manager for funds.
Thanks for your support of EndUserSharePoint and the authors that are providing such great content everyday. It's been a community effort for this project and I'm very proud of the results.
Mark Miller, Senior Storyteller
Table of Contents
- Preface - Mark Miller
- Forward - Mark Fidelman
- If a Brit stumblers in a jQuery forest, does anyone hear his cries? - Dave Coleman
- Building Solid Script Libraries for your Enterprise - Marc Anderson
- Build a Content Slider Web Part: Dynamic Display of Pictures and Text - Wendy Neal
- Build an HTML5 Video Gallery - Ben Tedder
- Modify Your SharePoint 2013 Navigation Menu with a jQuery Plugin - Eric Overfield
- Creating a Mobile-friendly SharePoint Blog with jQuery Mobile - Josh McCarty
- Create a Team Site Solution for Running Agile Projects - Paul Tavares
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