Building SharePoint 2013 Workflow Solutions (Paperback)

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Give your organization and your career a boost by getting more things done with SharePoint

Learn how to build Microsoft SharePoint(R) 2013 workflow solutions to address the complexities of real-world business processes and tasks. This practical step-by-step guide demonstrates proven strategies, patterns and practices to help you author effective no code workflow solutions with SharePoint Designer(R) 2013, Microsoft Visio(R) 2013, and InfoPath(R) 2013.

Discover how to:

  • Design workflows using best practices for gathering requirements and modeling business processes using Microsoft Visio(R) 2013.
  • Develop robust business workflow solutions that are agile, dynamic, and easier to manage and maintain using Microsoft SharePoint Designer(R) 2013.
  • Coordinate tasks and activities using advanced techniques including group tasks, work queues, and surveys.
  • Enhance the user interface of your workflow solutions with browser-based forms using InfoPath(R) 2013 Forms Services.
  • Manage workflow by building effective management dashboards with Microsoft Excel(R) and SQL Server(R) Reporting.
  • Bonus Material: Learn how a developer can extend the reach of your workflow solutions with custom actions and web services developed with Microsoft Visual Studio 2012(R).

About the Author

Brian Culver is a Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) in SharePoint 2007 and a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD). He has worked in the Information Technology industry since 1998, and has been working with SharePoint since 2005. His deep expertise includes SharePoint, ASP.Net, SQL Server and Project Server. He has been involved in many large SharePoint implementations including Internet and Intranet sites, Partner Portals, Enterprise Content Management and Governance, and much custom application integration and development.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781449320799
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Publication Date: July 1st, 2013
Pages: 400