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SharePoint 2010 and Silverlight

SharePoint and Silverlight go together like rhubarb and custard, chicken and chilli, peanut butter and banana. Microsoft’s latest version of SharePoint introduces many exciting and cool new features that developers like me just love to rave on and on about for hours. If you’re unfortunate enough to get caught in a broken elevator with me then watch out! ... read full post

Posted by:  Peter Jones , Developer |  23 April 2010

Silverlight, SharePoint 2010

(3676 votes)



WPF and Silverlight: not just eye candy

In my earlier days of programming when learning the C language, I came across the following quote, which captures the appeal of software development for me: "Look at your computer screen. Imagine something happening there. Anything. As long as you know how to program a computer, what you imagine will take place." - Dan Gookin ... read full post

Posted by:  Daniel McGaughran , Developer |  06 April 2010

Silverlight, WPF, Software Development

(3697 votes)



Silverlight market share on the up

Have a look at Rich Internet Application Statistics site RIA Stats and you’ll see an interesting development: Microsoft Silverlight is now installed on more than 50% of computers connected to the web. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Howell , Marketing Manager |  12 March 2010

Silverlight, MIX, Rich Internet Application

(3644 votes)



Let's talk SharePoint

This year’s SharePoint Conference (held at the Conference Centre in Seattle, USA) can only be described as a huge success. Throughout the conference I was impressed that the organisers were able to “practice what they preach” by using SharePoint to host the conference website. Not only did this provide useful information when preparing to attend the conference but was a useful tool throughout and even after the conference. One of the things that impressed me most was the personal areas (through the use of MySites) where each attendee was able to plan, view and manage the sessions they attended and also provided the ability to submit session evaluations online. ... read full post

Posted by:  Bernardine Slagter , Developer Consultant |  12 May 2008

SharePoint, Silverlight, SharePoint Conference, Taxonomy

(3734 votes)



Announcing TextGlow - a world first from Intergen, NZ

Over the last couple of months I have had the opportunity to work on an exciting project at Intergen called TextGlow . TextGlow is a cutting edge browser application for viewing Word 2007 documents on the Internet. With TextGlow it is possible to instantly view a document within a web page, with no Microsoft Office applications installed, or the user even running Windows! ... read full post

Posted by:  James Newton-King , Developer |  06 March 2008

Silverlight, OOXML, TextGlow

(4033 votes)

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