SharePoint 2010 with Windows Phone 7 Traning Kit is now Available


Accessing SharePoint 2010 applications are quite easy with the help of Windows Phone 7 which integrates directly with SharePoint. The training kit helps to leverage custom development using Microsoft SharePoint 2010 applications with Windows Phone 7 for OAuth services, Twitter API, Windows Azure, SQL Azure , Office 365, LinkedIn API, Silverlight Web parts & Bing Maps API.

Download the training kit from here: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=26813

  • One of the great tool sharepoint 2010 with Windows Phone 7 toolkit is now available in codeplex which helps the windows phone 7 apps to access the SharePoint 2010 applications using Forms authentication.
  • It downloads lists of data with prepackaged filters to limit the data without writing CAML.

 

Social Computing with SharePoint 2010


Social Computing is an integrate part of SharePoint 2010 which helps to organise Corporate Organisation view in more social networking way like with LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook , Microsoft Lync server 2010 integration. SharePoint ‘s MySite is a default example of Social Computing improvement starting point which build the personal blog site, wiki , personal profile, organization hiearchy, latest feeds from team – members etc.

  • The default profile page which shows the sample social web’s homepage in SharePoint 2010. Organise your profile & edit information in collaborative view.

  • Where you can edit the your MySite page with Web Parts options.

Building Silverlight Bing Maps based API with Cloud application in SharePoint 2010


Developing Bing Maps API based Silverlight applications are quite easy integrating with Windows Azure , SQL Azure databases with Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Bing Maps API provides a rich set of geolocation APIs which helps to easy integrate with Silverlight, Windows Azure application.

  • To use Bing Maps with Silverlight Web applications , you need to get the Bing Maps Developer key which can be obtained from www.bingmapsportal.com , register there with your Windows Live ID & get a developer key by clicking on create or view key.

  •  Next, you need keep the key in clipboard & should be used while developing your Silverlight application. Now create a new Silverlight application from Visual Studio & modify the following XAML into it.

  • Write in MainPage.XAML :

<UserControl x:Class=”SimpleBingMap.MainPage”

xmlns=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation&#8221;

xmlns:x=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml&#8221;

xmlns:d=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/blend/2008&#8243;

xmlns:m=”clr-namespace:Microsoft.Maps.MapControl;assembly=Microsoft.Maps.MapControl”        

xmlns:mc=”http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markup-compatibility/2006&#8243;

mc:Ignorable=”d”

d:DesignHeight=”300″ d:DesignWidth=”400″>

<Grid x:Name=”LayoutRoot” Background=”White” HorizontalAlignment=”Stretch”

VerticalAlignment=”Stretch” Width=”888″ Height=”394″>

<Grid.ColumnDefinitions>

<ColumnDefinition Width=”888*” />

<ColumnDefinition Width=”314*” />

</Grid.ColumnDefinitions>

<Grid.RowDefinitions>

<RowDefinition Height=”auto” />

<RowDefinition Height=”*” />

</Grid.RowDefinitions>

<StackPanel Grid.ColumnSpan=”2″>

<TextBlock Text=”Map Me!” FontWeight=”Bold” FontSize=”14″ Width=”888″ />

<StackPanel Orientation=”Horizontal” HorizontalAlignment=”Stretch” Margin=”12,0,12,0″>

<TextBox x:Name=”txtbxLatitude” Width=”322″ Text=”Type your latitude here,e.g. 47.7656″ FontSize=”10″ />

</StackPanel>

<StackPanel Orientation=”Horizontal” HorizontalAlignment=”Stretch” Margin=”12,0,12,0″>

<TextBox x:Name=”txtbxLongitude” Width=”322″ Text=”Type your longitude here, e.g. -122.9957″ FontSize=”10″ />

</StackPanel>

<StackPanel Orientation=”Horizontal” HorizontalAlignment=”Stretch” Margin=”12,0,12,0″>

<Button x:Name=”btnFindMe” Content=”Map It!” Width=”65″ Click=”btnFindMe_Click” />

</StackPanel>

</StackPanel>

<m:Map CredentialsProvider=”Av1a04p5K8Ubd97aV5dMMX7tRSbDxWz8hm01_4ZA8BA2kE7o56VvsNfjMOOrTnV5″ x:Name=”MyMap” Grid.Row=”1″ Mode=”AerialWithLabels” HorizontalAlignment=”Stretch” VerticalAlignment=”Stretch” Margin=”0,14,0,0″ Grid.ColumnSpan=”2″>

<m:Map.Children>

<m:MapLayer x:Name=”PushPinLayer” />

</m:Map.Children>

</m:Map>

</Grid>

</UserControl>

  • Write in MainPage.XAML.CS:

using System;

using System.Collections.Generic;

using System.Linq;

using System.Net;

using System.Windows;

using System.Windows.Controls;

using System.Windows.Documents;

using System.Windows.Input;

using System.Windows.Media;

using System.Windows.Media.Animation;

using System.Windows.Shapes;

using  Microsoft.Maps.MapControl;


namespace SimpleBingMap

{

public partial class MainPage : UserControl

{

public MainPage()

{

InitializeComponent();

}

private  void btnFindMe_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)

{

Location myLocation = newLocation();

myLocation.Latitude = Double.Parse(txtbxLatitude.Text);

myLocation.Longitude = Double.Parse(txtbxLongitude.Text);

// Create a new pushpin to add to the map.

Pushpin myPPin = newPushpin();

myPPin.Width = 7;

myPPin.Height = 10;

myPPin.Location = myLocation;

PushPinLayer.AddChild(myPPin, myLocation, PositionOrigin.Center);

// Set the main view of the map using location with a zoom level

MyMap.SetView(myLocation, 10);

}

}

}

 

  • Map yourself in Bing Maps API by providing Latitude & Longitude:

  • Now, it’s time to integrate with your SharePoint 2010 website. Open the Add Documents Library option & Click on Add, Click browser & paste the path of Silverlight .xap file in SharePoint directory.
  • Click on Site Settings & Click on Edit Page to open the .xap file in SharePoint Web Part, Now open the insert tab-> Click on Media Content-> Silverlight Web Part -> paste the path of the Silverlight .xap file in the clipboard. Access it in Silverlight portal.

 

  • Configure the height & width according to configuration :

  • That’s it, The SharePoint applications is integrated with Silverlight web part along with Bing Maps API integrated in Cloud.
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