Getting Started Developing Form Templates with Code
This section provides information on how to get started creating managed code form templates that work with the InfoPath object model provided by members of the Microsoft.Office.InfoPath namespace.
In this section
Provides information on new features and improvements that are of interest to developers.
Describes the two kinds of programming models for developing business logic in form templates, and the Visual Studio 2012 development environment supported by InfoPath.
Describes how to install the Visual Studio 2012 environment.
Describes how to install a local copy of the .NET Framework documentation for offline use in the Visual Studio 2012 environment.
Describes how to add event handlers to an InfoPath managed code form template.
Describes how to preview and debug InfoPath managed code form templates.
Describes how to preview and debug InfoPath managed code form templates that contain business logic that requires full trust.
A step-by-step guide that provides an introduction to creating and debugging a basic InfoPath managed code form template
Describes how to create a multi-line field and a helper function for logging debugging information.
Describes how to open or convert a managed code form template created with the InfoPath 2003 Toolkit and Visual Studio .NET or the InfoPath 2003 Toolkit for Visual Studio 2005.
Describes how to deploy InfoPath managed code form templates.
Provides a summary of common tasks for developers of InfoPath managed code form templates.
Provides a summary of the members of the InfoPath managed code object model that use the XPathNavigator and XPathNodeIterator classes to work with XML data.
Describes how to create a reference to the Microsoft.SharePoint assembly so that you can write code against its object model from form code.
Describes the differences between publishing sandboxed solutions and administrator-deployed solutions.
Provides two examples that show the kind of code that you can write in an InfoPath sandboxed solution.
How to find additional sources of information for InfoPath developers.