Sorry it took me so long but I've finally had a chance to post my code and slides from this past Philly.Net Code Camp.  Thanks for all that attended, hopefully I showed everyone in the audience how easy it is to integrate AJAX, jQuery and Silverlight.

If anyone has any follow up questions, please let me know and I will gladly help out where I can. 

 

Here are the goods:  PhillyDotNet_Code Camp_Moss_Ajax_jQuery_Silverlight.zip


Here are the code and slides from my march presentation at Philly Office Geeks title "MS AJAX and jQuery with SharePoint"

 

20090310_OfficeGeeks_TonyTesta_AJAX_JQuery.zip


Tony Testa posted on April 20, 2009 15:09

Yet another post thats better late than never.  Back in Feb I was lucky enough to present at the Microsoft Silverlight Firestarter event and we have a GREAT turnout, over 100+ people attended and I of course presented on integrating Silverlight with SharePoint.

 

 

SharePoint_Silverlight_Integration.zip


Thought i'd pass this along for anyone that is interested. Microsoft is having a free Silverlight firestarter event at the Malvern office on 2/21 (yes, its a saturday). The series of firestarter events have been pretty good and in a day give you a really good intro and fundamentals on some of the new MS technologies coming out. In addition, I'll be speaking on using Silverlight with SharePoint, so if nothing else, you'll get the pleasure of listening to me blab on and on.

I'm pretty excited about the event and the chance to speak at it. It gave me the proper motivation to learn more about integrating Silverlight and SharePoint.

Registration is free http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032402421&culture=en-US

After the event I'll be sure to post all slides and code for everyone.

 

(Updated 02/22/2009) 

I've zipped up the sample code that I presented yesterday at the Silverlight Firestarter.  As mentioned the movie player is broken for some reason, I just haven't had the time yet to look into it.  I also want to add another silverlight edit control which will read and write to a sharepoint list.  I realized during the presentation that I really should have included that.  Once I fix a few small issues and add that control, i'll update the zip. 

The zip contains the sharepoint demo solution that I used during the demo which has a working .WSP file which you can deploy. 

SharePoint_Silverlight_Integration.zip


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