Accessing SharePoint 2010 Data with the Silverlight Client Object Model (Visual How To)

Learn how to use the Silverlight client object model in SharePoint 2010 to read and write data in SharePoint sites from Silverlight applications.

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Accessing SharePoint 2010 Data with the Silverlight Client Object Model (Visual How To)

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Explore code that shows how to use the SharePoint 2010 managed client object model to read and write data in SharePoint sites from Silverlight applications.

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Video: Accessing SharePoint 2010 Data with the Silverlight Client Object Model

Watch a short video that shows how to use the SharePoint 2010 managed client object model to read and write data in SharePoint sites from Silverlight applications.

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Sample: Integrating Custom Silverlight Applications with SharePoint Server 2010

Explore the code as you learn to use the SharePoint Foundation 2010 managed client object model to work with managed Microsoft Visual C# code within the context of custom Silverlight 4 applications.

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MSDN Webcast: Office Business Applications (OBAs) Evolved

Microsoft Office Business Applications (OBAs) have evolved significantly in the 2010 release. In this free MSDN webcast , Steve Fox explores how building OBAs has progressed, and he discusses the types of solutions you can build using Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Specific topics he covers include Microsoft Office extensibility, Microsoft Business Connectivity Services, the SharePoint client object model, and Windows Azure.

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