We learnt a lot in this chapter about accessing asset libraries in a Silverlight RIA rendered in a SharePoint Visual Web Part. Specifically, we were able to send parameters to the Silverlight control host to define the desired asset library to display. We used many of the procedures learned in the previous chapters to work with classic lists but this time we consumed files. We took advantage of Silverlight 4 rich media features to add effects and interactive animations to the images and videos.

We have learned many alternatives to integrate Silverlight 4 with SharePoint 2010 and we have understood the great possibilities offered by Silverlight RIAs in SharePoint sites. Now, we are ready to create enhanced Silverlight User eXperiences combined ...

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