Integrating SharePoint Data in Windows Phone 7 Applications

Windows Phone 7 can integrate with SharePoint like any other remote application. In this unit you will learn how to access SharePoint List data, user profile data, and social data. You will understand how to use alerts, site data, and views.

Hands-On Labs

  • Integrating SharePoint and Windows Phone 7 using Web Services

    Windows Phone 7 applications can use SharePoint Web services to view and edit SharePoint data. Visual Studio 2010 provides a rich development environment for creating, deploying, and integrating SharePoint list data with Windows Phone 7 applications. In this lab you will learn how to use a SharePoint Web service to display list data in a Windows Phone 7 application. You will also learn how to use a SharePoint Web service to add list data to an existing list.

  • Integrating SharePoint and Windows Phone 7 using Rest APIs

    Windows Phone 7 applications can use SharePoint .Net Data Services or REST-based APIs to view and edit SharePoint data. Visual Studio 2010 provides a rich development environment for creating, deploying, and integrating SharePoint list data with Windows Phone 7 applications.

  • Integrating SharePoint and Windows Phone 7 using Syndication Feeds

    Windows Phone 7 applications can use SharePoint RSS list feeds to retrieve list data. Syndication feeds may be the only option available to anonymously access SharePoint list data from a Windows Phone 7 application without a gateway server to proxy the request. SharePoint 2010 provides an RSS feed for each list in SharePoint. RSS feeds in SharePoint support anonymous access. Depending on the farm configuration, a syndication feed might be the only way to retrieve list data asynchronously.

  • Integrating SharePoint Social Web Services and Windows Phone 7

    Windows Phone 7 applications can use SharePoint Web services to work with social data. The SharePoint social and search web services allows developers create Windows Phone 7 applications that can find users and profile information and other social data including news feeds and comments. Creating social applications or integrating social data into a Windows Phone application can help users stay connected and informed.