A Silverlight Web Part Framework for SharePoint 2010

 

This is part 5 of my updates regarding XAPTIC, my Silverlight Web Part Framework for SharePoint 2010. This weekend I focused on just a couple of needed updates.

  • Added property editors for plain and rich text
  • Added a rich text web part
  • Updated the the XAPTIC API to include property type values that are added when creating custom properties

Next week I focus on fleshing out the rich text editor more as well as start adding in some basic communication between web parts (even communication between XAPTIC HTML and Silverlight web parts).

Finally, I hope to have some time for a full blown JQuery/SPServices demo as well…we shall see Smile

Here is the video update of my latest efforts.

Thanks for watching!

Scott

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