Creating Web Parts for SharePoint - Visual Studio.
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The Sites web part allows you to automatically show sites associated with a hub site (when a hub site is in use), or a current user's recent sites (which are the same as those shown on the user's SharePoint Home page). If you have specific sites you want to show, you have the option to select those instead of automatically showing sites.
The webpart can only write to a list if the current user has write (Contribute) access to the list. If you don't want the user to have access to the list, you can elevate permissions for the write to the list. This will cause the list item to be created by the System Account.
Currently i'm working with a customer having Dynamics AX on-premise and SharePoint 2013 on-premise web portal. They have built a custom WCF service to get data from Dynamics AX (employee, client, HR etc.,) and displaying the data in a SharePoint webpart. For example, employee name drop down control show employee names data fetched from Dynamics AX via WCF service.
Web Parts are used to combine the flexibility of the web part pages with ASP.NET. In order to create SharePoint web parts one must have knowledge of ASP.NET, visual studio and SharePoint. A stepwise method of developing a visual studio SharePoint environment for creating web parts is given here under to make it easy for you.
Write a SharePoint 2010 WebPart Effectively this web part will be added to the Display form of a list in which one of the columns is a wistia link. The webpart will then determine based on this link if it is a single video (e.g. (url removed, login to view)) or if it is a project of videos (e.g. (url removed, login to view)) and then create AND display the iframe based on these two types for.
A Web Part Page creates an ASPX page with Web Part Zones that you can use to add Web Parts or lets site users add Web Parts for use by using the browser. The new page has the same look and feel as the rest of the site, including its borders and navigation elements. The page is automatically associated with your site master page. When creating a new Web Part Page, you can choose from several.