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Posted on 2011-03-22
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Hi,

I am  new to C#, Silverlight and SharePoint." I have a requirement where, I need to integrate C#, SharePoint Lists and Silverlight.

What I am looking is a Silverlight webpart to be used in SharePoint 2010.

I have four lists, each list has some items which are due on a particular date. the lists has a "Due Date" a date Column and Priority column (choice field)that has "Low", medium and high as the choices.

I am looking to develop a silverlight webpart that will be a sort of "Grid" as in the attached Spreadsheet.

Each item should be a box color coded based on its priority for eg: Yellow = medium Red= high and Green =low.

and when a user Clicks on an Item on the Dashboard, it should direct the user to the SharePoint list Item.

Can anyone help me guide through this process. I thought this is the simplest application where I can start my C#/Silverlight/SharePoint Development Experience.

I have theoretical concepts but no prior development experience with these technologies.

You dont have to give me the solution. Just give me the steps. My problem is I do not know where to start. I really need some help and very interested to get some development experience with these technologies.

Any help is very much appreciated.

Thanks,





 Book1.xlsx
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I would start here:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee538971.aspx

It also contains a silverlight list viewer code sample which should put you on your way.
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