Client Objct Model – Channel9

Sample Client Object Model – .NET version

Reference: Microsoft.Sharepoint.Client.dll, Microsoft.Sharepoint.Client.RunTime.dll

Silverlight – COM

The XAP file can be deployed to LAYOUTS and loaded at run time. Webpart can contain custom properties that are sent to Silverlight via the InitParameter property.

Reference: Microsoft.Sharepoint.Client.Silverlight.dll, Microsoft.Sharepoint.Client.Silverlight.RunTime.dll

Create your Silverlight project in VS 2010, build it as a XAP file, upload to Sharepoint, and then create a Silverlight Web Part page that reference the path to this XAP file.

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