CHAPTER 4 Client Object Model


Although the primary user interface for the SharePoint platform is the web browser, as the capabilities of the platform have matured over time, more integration points in the form of web services have been added to enable client applications to make better use of the platform. With SharePoint 2010, Microsoft has taken this process to the next evolutionary level by including a comprehensive Client Object Model. By using the Client Object Model, you can integrate the functionality of SharePoint with traditional desktop applications, or create a rich web-based user experience by using client-side technologies such as ...

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