Today is Friday, which means it’s time for another MVP Friday Five! MVPs were posting some great content this week and we are excited to bring you a taste of it with five articles written by MVPs. As always, all five posts have great tips and information across a variety of technical expertise.

 

1. Building an Sencha’s ExtJS 4.0 MVC Application With Microsoft’s ASP.NET MVC3 Series / Basics

By ASP.Net / IIS: Development MVP Peter Kellner |@PKellner

This article is the first in a series in which Peter takes the reference application build by the Sencha product team for using Sencha’s MVC pattern running with an ASP.NET 4.0 projects (IIS in production). In this article Peter takes the reference Sencha MVC app and with almost no changes, makes it work with the ASP.NET Visual Studio 2010 project.

 

2. How to Use PlaySoundAction Behavior in WP7 Application

By Silverlight: Development MVP Kunal Chowdhury | @kunal2383

Kunal covers how to use the inbuilt “PlaySoundAction” behavior to add sound effects on button clicks with a demo using a Windows Phone 7 application.  

 

3. Html5 Windows Azure Dashboard Part 2

By Windows Azure: Architecture MVP David Pallmann | @davidpallmann  

This article is part 2 of David’s HTML5- Windows Azure Dashboard experiments with HTML5 cloud dashboards. In this post he moves beyond charts to include media content, including HTML5 video.

 

4. Video: How to Plan & Manage SharePoint Projects  

By SharePoint MVP Dux Raymond | @meetdux

In this video presentation Raymond covers the best ways to manage and plan successful SharePoint projects. 

 

5. Create Consistent Slides with Layouts

By PowerPoint MVP Ellen Finkelstein| @EFinkelstein

Ellen shares her tricks for keeping PowerPoint Slides consistent so that they look great!

 

We are always looking for more MVP stories for our Friday Five series. If you’re an MVP and would like your blog posts considered for our MVP Friday Five, please provide your URL in the comments section below or reach out to your MVP Lead!