Silverlight meets SharePoint
Last week I did a presentation on Silverlight integration in SharePoint for a company called Vortalities/SharePoint Designers. The developers were really responsive and I liked it very much.
So if your company is located in Belgium and is investigating on integrating Silverlight with SharePoint 2010 (or 2007), please feel free to contact me. I’ll be glad to do the presentation for your developers.
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I’m Karine Bosch and I’m a SharePoint developer. Since April 2009 I’m rewarded as SharePoint MOSS MVP. For several years I worked as technical assistant for Patrick Tisseghem who unfortunately died on 3th September 2008. After I left U2U, I started working part time for Spikes NV and for Critical Path Training of Ted Pattison and Andrew Connell (the former Ted Pattison Group). As of January 2011 I start working for ING, which is a banking company.
The U2U CAML Query Builder and some other SharePoint features like the U2U List Properties feature and the U2U Site Properties are developed by me and are still downloadable from the U2U site at http://www.u2u.be/res/software.aspx.
Together with Patrick we developed the alfa and beta versions of the Silverlight BluePrint for SharePoint which contains several samples on how to integrate Silverlight with SharePoint. You can download the samples from http://www.codeplex.com/SL4SP.
Also the integration between SharePoint and CRM intrigues me. If you have questions on how to develop in SharePoint using CRM data, you can read my article at http://sharepointmagazine.net/technical/development/developing-a-sharepoint-custom-field-type-for-displaying-crm-40-data.
If you need detailed information about CAML or the SharePoint web services you can read my articles at http://www.U2U.be/res/articles.aspx and of course you can post your questions on this blog.
Also PowerShell (with SharePoint of course) is not unkown to me. You can read several posts about this on my previous blog http://www.U2U.info/blogs/karine.
- My Articles
- CAML Designer for SharePoint 2013
- Improving the Performance of your SharePoint sites
- Part 1: How to track and analyse Web Page Performance
- Part 2: Caching Possibilities in SharePoint 2010
- Part 3: BLOB Caching in SharePoint 2010
- Part 4: Output Caching in SharePoint 2010
- Part 5: Object caching
- Part 6: ASP.NET Caching
- Part 7: SharePoint classes that use built-in caching techniques
- Part 8: Configure caching on IIS
- Part 9: How to analyse the HTTP request headers and HTTP response headers
- Part 11: The Expires header and Cache-Control header
- Part 13: The Etag header
- SharePoint Controls
- AdministrationDataSource Control
- ButtonSection.ascx Control
- DateTimeControl Control
- InputFormCheckBox, InputFormCheckBoxList and InputFormCheckBoxListValidator
- InputFormSection.ascx and InputFormControl.ascx Controls
- InputFormTextBox Control
- LinkSection.ascx and LinksTable.ascx Control
- ListFieldIterator Control
- PasswordTextBox and PasswordTextBoxValidator Controls
- PeopleEditor Control
- SharePoint Validation Controls
- The ListViewByQuery Control
- SharePoint List Properties Feature
- Silverlight meets SharePoint
- Configure your SharePoint Server for Silverlight 2
- Walkthrough 1 – Integrating Silverlight 3 in a Custom List Template (part 1)
- Walkthrough 2 – Hosting Silverlight 3 in a Content Editor Web Part
- Walkthrough 3 – Integrating Silverlight 3 in a Custom List Template (part 2)
- Walkthrough 4 – Integrating Silverlight 3 in a Custom SharePoint Application Page
- SharePoint Event Receivers
- Walkthrough 1 – Developing a Simple Event Receiver
- Walkthrough 2 – Developing an Event Receiver for a Document Library
- Walkthrough 3 – Developing an Event Receiver for a Content Type
- Walkthrough 4 – Developing an Event Receiver for the ItemUpdating event
- Walkthrough 5 – Developing an Event Receiver for a Document Content Type
- Creating a Custom List Definition based on a Generic List using a Custom Content Type
- Create Custom Lists in CAML based on existing List Templates
- Walkthrough 1 – Developing an Event Receiver for a Content Type
- Create Custom List Templates in CAML
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