Integrate Silverlight with Share Point using the new Book from Packt
08/25/2010

Microsoft Silverlight 4 and Share Point 2010 Integration is a new book from Packt that is aimed at application developers having prior knowledge of Silverlight and SharePoint.

Online PR News – 25-August-2010 – – Written by Gaston Hillar, this book allows developers to implement Silverlight 4 application within a SharePoint 2010 environment.

Microsoft Silverlight is a free plug-in powered by the .NET framework that is compatible across multiple browsers, devices and operating systems to bring a new level of interactivity wherever the Web works. With support for advanced data integration, multithreading, HD video using IIS Smooth Streaming, and built in content protection, Silverlight enables online and offline applications for a broad range of business and consumer scenarios.

This book covers the best methods to deploy and debug the Silverlight application that runs as Silverlight Web Part in a SharePoint page. It allows developers to take advantage of the new features offered by Visual Studio 2010 to browse Share Point titles. In addition to this they will also learn how to implement the unique features offered by Silverlight in order to create rich UX that interacts with SharePoint 2010.

Using this book, developers will be able to work with asynchronous Share Point requests, queries, and debug their execution. They will know how to retrieve information from Share Point lists, workflows, and libraries. This book will also help them enhance the responsiveness offered by SharePoint 2010 Visual Web Parts by transforming them into Silverlight Rich Internet Applications.

With step by step guidelines, this book offers practical examples to successfully perform the most important integration tasks. The book is out now and is available from Packt. For more information, please visit: www.PacktPub.com/microsoft-silverlight-4-and-sharepoint-2010-integration/book.