Released: SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model (CSOM)

Learn about SharePoint 2010's Client Object Model - an improved UI with reduced page refreshes in my new article.

An article I worked on recently has been published in the latest issue of the SharePoint Pro Connections magazine . This is a little exciting as of all the articles I’ve had published, this is the first one I’ve published in print fashion. For those who don’t subscribe or haven’t received a copy (which you can pickup at TechEd in New Orleans in a few weeks), you can read the article online as well.

The latest release of SharePoint contains a vastly reworked user interface (UI) that dramatically reduces the number of page refreshes. Microsoft needed something new to satisfy its own demands for the improved UI and to provide a better and more robust platform for creating solutions that will run off SharePoint servers. This has been achieved with the client object model, which consists of three major components (.NET, Silverlight, and ECMAScript) that you can use in various situations. This article provides an introduction to the client object model.

Andrew Connell
Developer & Chief Course Artisan, Voitanos LLC. | Microsoft MVP
Written by Andrew Connell

Andrew Connell is a web & cloud developer with a focus on Microsoft Azure & Microsoft 365. He’s received Microsoft’s MVP award every year since 2005 and has helped thousands of developers through the various courses he’s authored & taught. Andrew’s the founder of Voitanos and is dedicated to helping you be the best Microsoft 365 web & cloud developer. He lives with his wife & two kids in Florida.

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