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by Rob Windsor
Web Parts are the foundation of user interfaces in SharePoint. As a developer it's relatively easy (particularly with the Visual Web Part) to build something simple and get it deployed. But what do you do when you need to add editable properties or when you need to connect two Web Parts together? This fast-paced, demo-heavy session covers the more advanced aspects of building Web Parts for SharePoint 2010. We’ll take a look at creating custom editor parts, building Visual Web Parts, constructing connected Web Parts, and how to render Web Parts asynchronously.
by Jim Wilcox
A look at how Windows Phone 7 hooks up to SharePoint in Office 365, and a dive down into the technical side of building SharePoint UIs in Silverlight for Windows Phone in Visual Studio, including demos.
22nd September 2012