Developing Solutions for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Using the Client Object Model


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In many situations, developers used a Microsoft ASP.NET Web services approach when building and deploying solutions that integrated with the SharePoint object model. In SharePoint Server 2010, however, the options increase for building applications that interact with the SharePoint object model. Come hear about the evolution from ASMX to the SharePoint client object model. Learn how you can use the client object model to build custom solutions that truly leverage the power of SharePoint and Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.

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