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    Sharepoint 2010 - Anyone know where we can get some free web parts?

    We are looking for a sideshow like this:
    Vertigo: Slide.Show

    and any other cool webparts that could be useful.

    unfortunately i have no idea how to put silverlight into SP and all the webparts seem to be around £600!!

    Thanks.

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    Slide.Show 2 more complex

    WSS Picture Thumbnails Web Part good for large photos

    SharePoint: Rotating Pictures, Random Pictures alittle easier

    Image Rotator Lite Version 2.0 nice & easy (good for the tool kit)

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    Slide.Show 2 is what i like, but its not a SP webpart - so how would i embed it?
    with little or no coding...?

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    I never found any decent free web parts when I was playing with it, but to upload silverlight content just upload the '.xap' file from the 'bin > debug' folder in the silverlight project, put in a silverlight web part, point it to that '.xap' file and you're good to go. Probably a good idea to change the web part properties to match the size of your silverlight app though.

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    Reading the "Quick Start Guide" it looks like you should be able to use a "Content Editor Web Part" with the "Source Editor..." add code below.
    code.jpg
    Upload and link all the images into a XML file stored in a Document Library.
    xml.jpg
    and you should be there, might need some tweaks.



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