November, 2009

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    Using the SharePoint 2010 Managed Client Object Model

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    The SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model is a very cool feature of SharePoint 2010 Foundation Server that enables developers to write applications that access SharePoint data from a .NET application running on a client computer, from a Silverlight application, and from JavaScript running client-side in a SharePoint web part.  The client object model enables this without requiring the developer to write or install code on the SharePoint server.  The client object model makes it possible to build new categories of applications that integrate with Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010, including writing .NET applications, rich interactive web parts, and Silverlight applications.

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    I've written an MSDN article, Using the SharePoint 2010 Managed Client Object Model, that provides the basics on using the Client Object Model.  Many thanks to Michael Cheng of the client object model team for technically reviewing the article, and providing me with many suggestions that improved it.

    The article Using the SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model with the Open XML SDK 2.0 provides additional information around uploading and downloading files from a document library, as well as examples that modify Open XML documents using the Open XML SDK.

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