Microsoft Silverlight 4 and SharePoint 2010 Integration
Posted by Steve Pietrek on August 19, 2010
As most of you know, I am a HUGE fan of both SharePoint and Silverlight. The two of them go together like peanut butter and vanilla ice cream. I am always amazed how quickly I can build out Silverlight applications that can be integrated with SharePoint. I have successfully integrated over 60 Silverlight applications over the past 18 months. SharePoint 2010’s Client Object Model opens a very large opportunity to build some really cool Silverlight applications.
I am quite happy to see a new Silverlight/SharePoint book that covers the latest versions of the respective products. The book is Microsoft Silverlight 4 and SharePoint 2010 Integration by Gaston Hillar.
Table of Contents can be found below:
- Integrating Silverlight 4 with SharePoint 2010 – can be downloaded here
- Deploying and Debugging Techniques for Silverlight and SharePoint
- Interacting with Data on the SharePoint Server
- Creating Dynamic Business Solutions
- Working with WCF Data Services
- Interacting with Rich Media and Animations
PACKT sent me a review copy of the book and it was delivered yesterday. Expect a full review soon!
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