Silverlight and Sharepoint 2010 a step forward: how to build a small Silverlight 4 utility to upload files in a List or Library of Sharepoint

I’ve been reading a lot of resources related to Silverlight, especially as it relates to SharePoint 2010 development. One of the things that impresses me most about the technology is the ability to deliver very rich user interfaces. Not only that, it allows some advanced interactions that are simply not possible without some heavy coding, solutions like this:

Silverlight and Sharepoint 2010 a step forward: how to build a small Silverlight 4 utility to upload files in a List or Library of Sharepoint.

This solution shows how to upload a file to a document library simply by selecting the files from your file system and then dragging them over the Silverlight application where they are processed and placed into SharePoint. I’m imagining all types of scenarios where this would be useful — especially for business users that deal with a large volume of files every day.

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