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Summary: This chapter discusses Microsoft Silverlight features and tools, how to create a Silverlight Web Part, how to access SharePoint 2010 data by using the Client Object Model, and how to extend Microsoft Visual Studio to create Silverlight solutions. This article is an excerpt from Professional SharePoint Branding and User Interface Design by Randy Drisgill, John Ross, Jacob J. Sanford, and Paul Stubb, published by Wrox Press (ISBN 978-0-470-58463-7, copyright © 2010 by Wrox, all rights reserved). No part of these chapters may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means—electronic, electrostatic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise—without the prior written permission of the publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles or reviews.
Image by superfluity via Flickr For quite a while, I’ve gotten requests to offer some sort of JSON conversion capability in SPServices . The requests have often been fairly non-specific, meaning that they haven’t mentioned a particular Web Service operation, like GetListItems or GetWeb.
Hi, my name is Joey Wiggs and I’m a developer on the InfoPath team. In InfoPath 2010, one of the ways in which we've improved our integration with SharePoint Server 2010 is by providing richer capabilities for connecting to and getting data from SharePoint lists.