SharePoint Best Practice conference in London 2011 session download

Author: Tobias Zimmergren http://www.zimmergren.net | http://www.tozit.com | [@zimmergren](http://www.twitter.com/zimmergren) Introduction The last week that just passed was filled with quite some cool happenings over at the BPCUK Conference in London. If you’ll follow the #BPCUK tag on Twitter you’ll find all the juicy information that you missed out on – there’s no real need for me to repeat it here :-) Downloads As promised, my session deck on Silverlight and SharePoint 2010 can be downloaded here: Download!…

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SharePoint Best Practices conference in London - here we go!

Author: Tobias Zimmergren http://www.zimmergren.net | http://www.tozit.com | [@zimmergren](http://www.twitter.com/zimmergren) Introduction It probably doesn’t surprise anyone that the BPC conference in London is one of the main events to look forward to in the realm of SharePoint conferences. I will of course be attending this conference and I’ll be delivering an introductory  session about Silverlight and SharePoint. My session: Developing with Silverlight + SharePoint 2010 = Awesome I’ll be talking about how you can utilize Silverlight in SharePoint 2010 to create some cool RIA applications hosted inside (or outside!) of SharePoint. In…

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How To: SharePoint and Silverlight 2.0 – Part 1

Author: [MVP] Tobias Zimmergren Web: http://www.zimmergren.net Prephase I have previously written up a few articles on how you can get more from your SharePoint environment by enhancing it with AJAX, .NET 3.5 and Silverlight. References to those articles can be found here: How to: Add support for AJAX in your SharePoint installation How to: Get up and running with the Silverlight Blueprints for SharePoint 2007 How to: Get up and running with .NET 3.5 in your SharePoint environment My intention is to get a SharePoint / Silverlight article series going, and this is to be the…

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How To: Get up and running with the Silverlight 2.0 Blueprints for SharePoint 2007

Author: Tobias Zimmergren I got a chance to finally try the blueprints out, and it works fine. It’s a couple of steps on the way that needs to be performes, listed below. What you need to think about when setting it up is to make sure the following pre-requisities are installed on your SharePoint server: .NET Framework 3.5 installed Service Pack 1 for SharePoint (WSS 3.0 / MOSS 2007 depending on which version you run) Silverlight 2.0 beta 1 runtime browser plugin Configure the *.xap file type extension as a MIME type in your IIS webserver as:…

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Silverlight 1.0 seamless integration with SharePoint 2007 complete!

Author: Tobias Zimmergren Url: http://www.zimmergren.netYep. It’s me again… I managed to salvage most of the data from the bluescreen a couple of hours earlier (due to the persistent use of source control). I’ll cover this topic more in details in one of the days to come, for now – this is what it looks like: Please do comment! Have a good night everybody! I sure will, now.…

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Silverlight (2.0) Blueprints for SharePoint

Author: Tobias Zimmergren Url: http://www.zimmergren.net Hi people, been really busy the last couple of weeks and havn’t had the time to answer your mails nor write any new blogposts. However, I just felt that I needed to get this link out there for you guys to check out in case you havn’t already: http://www.ssblueprints.net/sharepoint/ "Open Source Source Code and Full Blueprint coming soon" – Sounds promising While you check out that link, I’ll try to figure out the topic of my next MOSS post ;)…

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Silverlight and SharePoint integration

I’m writing this post as a question/survey and want to know if there’s any interest in actually posting a blog on some different integration-possibilities with SharePoint and Silverligt. I’ve created a couple of smaller projects that uses SharePoint’s exposed webservices to create a nice Silverlight application to present the information (in this case some info from the news-list) which then can be displayed nicely on a projector or in a store or why not on the LCD-TV’s that a lot of companies have these days to display information to the people that visit the…

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