Tagged: Silverlight


Silverlight Blueprint for SharePoint

Microsoft has recently released the Silverlight Blueprint for SharePoint.  The Silverlight Blueprint for SharePoint is source code and guidance for developers describing how to use Microsoft Silverlight and Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies together in business applications and Internet Web sites. SharePoint applications that use Web Parts can now be built using Silverlight user interface elements. This capability enables a fresh look at data exposed through SharePoint Products and Technologies using the modern graphics capability...


Video.Show: A Silverlight Reference-Quality Sample

   Tim Sneath introduces a new Silverlight sample developed by Vertigo Software (excerpt taken from his blog post) "Video.Show is an end-to-end solution that provides a reference-quality sample for user-generated video content sites. Taking advantage of all of our latest technologies: .NET Framework 3.5, ASP.NET AJAX, LINQ, Silverlight, Expression Encoder and Silverlight Streaming, Video.Show provides support for uploading, encoding, tagging, viewing and commenting on videos. Since not many people are building video sites like YouTube that have millions...


MOSS Supports Live Earth – How we built Conservation International’s Public Websites (Part 2)

Part 2 of the 2-part series on how we migrated Conservation International's public websites to SharePoint Server 2007 is now online.  In this installment, we talk about how we designed and built the Silverlight v1.1-based Carbon Offset Calculator that is currently hosted on Conservation International's newly re-launched, MOSS powered, BiodiversityHotspots.org site. I invite you to read the post and let us know what you think!


MOSS Supports Live Earth – How we built Conservation International’s Public Websites

You may recall in a previous post, I wrote about how I led a couple of projects to migrate Conservation International's public websites to SharePoint Server 2007 as well as implement a Silverlight v1.1-based Carbon Offset Calculator that is currently hosted on Conservation International's newly re-launched BiodiversityHotspots.org site, which is completely powered by MOSS. I've been working with the Microsoft Gold Partners, Portal Solutions, LLC. and Applied Information Sciences, who were intimately involved in the effort to put together "How we did...


Know your carbon offset?

As mentioned in my last post, in addition to the website redesign and replatform to MOSS, I also oversaw a project that involved taking one of the customer's primary "eye candy" applications, an HTML/JavaScript-based carbon calculator, and ported it to Microsoft Silverlight v1.1 Alpha.  We solicited the services of a couple of talented developers, Pete Brown and Steve Suing, both of Microsoft Gold Certified Partner Applied Information Sciences to construct a compelling user experience geared as showcasing...

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