Part 2: “Headless” Authentication with SharePoint Online and the Client Side Object Model

This is a continuation from my last post:  Authentication with SharePoint Online and the Client Side Object Model Part 1 tackled how to authenticate and get data from SharePoint Online (SPO) in a client application like a Windows application.  This included popping up a browser in a dialog window where the user could enter their…

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Authentication with SharePoint Online and the Client Side Object Model

With the Office 365 Beta opening not long ago people are starting to test the waters with regards to custom development and seeing what they can do etc…   We put out the SharePoint Online developers guide here to try and assist with that: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh147180.aspx However, one of the topics not addressed directly in that paper…

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