NO CODE! Silverlight - SharePoint Integration

by Aaron D-H 2. June 2009 20:24
Put together a Silverlight application to display SharePoint list data without using Visual Studio. A simple Silverlight library you can use in Microsoft Expression Blend to read SharePoint list data and display it in any Silverlight control. Even your mom can do it! [More]

Displaying SharePoint Enhanced Rich Text Formatted (RTF) Text fields in Silverlight

by Aaron D-H 29. April 2009 02:56
Silverlight can be used to enhance the user experience for SharePoint users. Most data stored in SharePoint can be displayed directly by existing Silverlight controls and/or the controls available in the Silverlight Toolkit available on Codeplex.  The exception to this is the displaying of... [More]

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Software Engineering | C# | SharePoint | Silverlight

Practical Silverlight and SharePoint Integration: Part Four

by Aaron D-H 20. April 2009 22:26
Expanding on part three of this series, in this article, we will use the GetListItemsAsync call to retrieve Silverlight/SharePoint list items. [More]

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Software Engineering | C# | SharePoint | Silverlight

Practical Silverlight and SharePoint Integration: Part Three

by Aaron D-H 9. March 2009 19:54
In Part Two of this series we expanded on the out-of-the-box connectivity to the SharePoint Lists web service and added the ability to dynamically connect to any SharePoint server URL.  In this article we will make a more complex call to retrieve list detail and show how data retrieved fro... [More]

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Software Engineering | .NET | C# | SharePoint | Silverlight

Practical Silverlight and SharePoint Integration: Part Two

by Aaron D-H 24. February 2009 20:43
In part one of this series we built a simple Silverlight 2 application that could retrieve list information from SharePoint.  In part two we will expand on how Silverlight connects to SharePoint web services and move beyond the default connectivity that you get when you add a service ref... [More]

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Software Engineering | .NET | C# | Project Management | SharePoint | Silverlight

Practical Silverlight and SharePoint Integration: Part One

by Aaron D-H 22. February 2009 01:48
The user experience with SharePoint can be expanded in a number of ways.  The usual road is to write web parts that run on the server.  The drawback to this approach is that in a large corporate environment many companies are very reluctant to support more that just the out-of-the-box we... [More]

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Software Engineering | .NET | C# | Project Management | Agile | SharePoint | Silverlight

Creating a .NET Visio Add-In with Custom Menus

by Aaron D-H 30. January 2009 06:23
In the course of creating a number of demonstrations for Visio 2007, I came across the need to create an add-in for Visio in .NET. Basic .NET AddOn technology is fairly well documented in the arcticle About the Visio 2003 Managed Code Interop Tutorial [Visio 2003 SDK Documentation], but crea... [More]

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Software Engineering | Office | SharePoint

Generating Sharepoint MOSS BDC Definitions

by Aaron D-H 30. January 2009 06:22
I've created a simple application that reads the SQL Server 2005 schemas and creates an XML representation of it.   Then I apply an XSLT stylesheet that transforms the schema into a BDC definition file. My current delema is:  The MOSS BDC processor reads the BDC definition file AND ... [More]

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Software Engineering | SharePoint

About the Author

I'd like to introduce myself to you... My name is Aaron Daisley-Harrison.  I have worked in the software engineering field for a number of years, and as an  Application Architect have created solutions for many industry verticals; worked with both Java and Microsoft technologies; Developed SQL database engines as well as full text search systems; and Knowledge management systems.   I am currently doing contract work out of the Pacific North West and have lately been focusing on Microsoft technologies like SharePoint 2007/2010, WCF, Identity Framework, JQuery, Xml and Silverlight.
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