Silverlight Blueprints for SharePoint

Microsoft released the source code for the Silverlight Blueprints for SharePoint—based on the Silverlight Beta 2 release. The Silverlight Blueprints for SharePoint provide a way for developers to better understand how to integrate Silverlight applications with SharePoint. Silverlight is an incredibly popular technology and with the increase in SharePoint adoption we’re finding an increased call for integrating technologies like Silverlight with SharePoint.  

In this release, you’ll find five blueprint samples:

1.       Hello World
2.       Media Player
3.       Slider Control
4.       Custom Navigation
5.       Colleague Viewer

 

Included in the release are documentation for each of the samples and the source code (go to the Releases tab of the CodePlex site). Also posted to the site is an FAQ document. In the coming days and week, we’ll publish additional screen-casts and any other supporting documentation we create or that is provided to us through the developer community.

 
The links to get to the Silverlight Blueprints for SharePoint are:

1.       http://www.ssblueprints.net/sharepoint/   –or direct at the CodePlex site
2.      
http://www.codeplex.com/SL4SP

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