Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Best Practices for Writing JavaScript in SharePoint 2010

JavaScript is an important part of building any interactive website, and SharePoint is certainly no exception. With SharePoint, JavaScript is often used to execute code on the client and it is usually designed to affect only one specific Web Part, as opposed to affecting an entire page. So, in a typical SharePoint page where there are many Web Parts in a zone, it's very easy to mistakenly write Java code that affects another Web Part.  The potential for such conflicts is unavoidable, so this article details some best practices for working on JavaScript and SharePoint Web Parts in SharePoint 2010.

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