Delivering a great User Experience for a custom application developed on the SharePoint application is really easy using the new SharePoint 2010 UI API. One of the new possibilities is to leverage the Notification Area to communicate the progress of an operation to the users to make using your applications more intuitive and responsive.
SharePoint 2010 ships with a brand new framework for delivering compelling user experiences for custom applications created using the SharePoint platform. One of the pieces of the UI framework is the Status bar which can be used to display persistent messages to the users.
Windows SharePoint Services v3 ships with many controls that simplify entering data. One of such controls is the EntityPicker which allows users to search for data and then select the desired record(s). Not only is the EntityPicker very intuitive but also highly extensible. Did you know that you can extend the EntityPicker to make it fill the list form using the data from the entity that you picked?
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