Designing Excel Solutions for the Web with Larry Waldman [Webcast Video]

In this part, Larry Waldman, Excel Program Manager, discusses how to think about designing Excel solutions for the Web. Larry talks through the power of solutions built on Excel Services and what's now available in SharePoint 2010. This includes some additions to the Excel Web Services as well as the all new Excel REST API […]

In this part, Larry Waldman, Excel Program Manager, discusses how to think about designing Excel solutions for the Web. Larry talks through the power of solutions built on Excel Services and what's now available in SharePoint 2010. This includes some additions to the Excel Web Services as well as the all new Excel REST API and JavaScript object model (JSOM).

Using one or all of these APIs in concert allows developers to incorporate Excel Services as a component in much broader Web-based and rich client solutions.

Watch as Larry covers this and more.

In this part, Larry talks in detail about how to execute the migration of Excel client solutions to web-based Excel Services solutions.

Larry walks through the migration of a sample Excel client application to its new incarnation as a Web-based solution. Along the way, he shows specific code for how to use the Excel Services JavaScript object model.

The Excel Services REST API and Excel Web Service were also used to round-out the new web solution.