Video tutorial for sharepoint 2010.
Video for Create External Content Types using SharePoint Designer 2010
The External Content Types section within SharePoint Designer lets us define connections to Line of Business data that we have access to as a developer, designer or admin of that site. Once the connection is defined, business analysts can use that connection to create what’s called External Lists which shows the content of what the connection is attached to (for example a table in a database).
Video for Navigational components of SharePoint Designer 2010
SharePoint Designer 2010 is the premier tool to configure and customize SharePoint 2010. It has evolved from SharePoint Designer 2007 with a totally new look and feel to it. This video shows how you can navigate around the SPD 2010 environment.
Video for Creating SharePoint 2010 site components
This video shows how to create components of a SharePoint 2010 site such as Lists, Libraries and Subsites.
Video for Create and Manage SharePoint Content using SharePoint Designer 2010
Using SharePoint Designer 2010, it is very easy to create SharePoint 2010 components. This video shows how easy it is and how much faster you can create the objects in this environment compared to using the browser to manage your sites.
Video for What's new in InfoPath 2010 - Walkthrough
A walkthrough of what's new in Microsoft InfoPath 2010. Features such as Page and Section Layouts, Controls and the Ribbon interface are explored in tihs video.
Video for Configuring SharePoint security using SharePoint Designer 2010
SharePoint security can be managed easily using either the browser or SharePoint Designer. This video shows how you can manage it using SharePoint Designer 2010.
Video for Explore InfoPath 2010 Controls
This video explores the various controls which are present in InfoPath 2010. Many have been carried over from InfoPath 2007, but some are brand new in this version of InfoPath.
Video for XSLT List View web parts and Conditional Formatting
XSLT List View web part is a new type of web part that lets you manipulate data in a flexible manner using SharePoint Designer. A designer can easily connect to a variety of data sources to display data as needed and also setup any required conditional formatting of data. The best part about this setup is that a member of the site who is later using this data through the browser can easily interact with the views of this data or create additional views.
Video for Configuring Rules in InfoPath 2010
Use the Rules functionality in InfoPath 2010 to apply formatting, validate data, hide controls and also execute actions. Once a Rules is implemented, it can be easily copied and reused for other fields as well. Also, the Form Load event configuration is shown in this video.