Managed Client Object Model on the desktop
SharePoint 2010 introduces the managed client object model which allows us to create applications using ECMAScript, .NET managed code, and Silverlight. This new object model is designed around the highly successful server object model and takes a lot of the interfaces directly from the server's API. That means knowing the server object model will provide for an easy transition to the client object model, and vice versa.
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The client object model is not a perfect ...