What do you get when you combine Citrix Web Interface, Microsoft Silverlight, and AJAX? You get my latest Web Interface modification. Read on to find out more…
I have been preparing for some Citrix Synergy and BriForum sessions where I will be presenting on Web Interface internals and customizations. One of the customizations I put together is an adaptation of Narenda Wicaksono’s Silverlight TSWeb Access for Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services. I created a similar application built around the Citrix Web Interface API. I am using Microsoft Silverlight 2.0, AJAX, Web Interface APIs, and Citrix XenApp 4.5. Check out this short video to see more:
I know it was hard to tell a lot of details from the video, but I will post more details soon.
Two of my most popular posts (“Super Easy Customization of Citrix Web Interface 4.x” and the “Citrix Web Interface SharePoint Look and Feel Template” download) have been updated to include support for Citrix Web Interface 4.6.
In preparing for some Citrix Synergy and BriForum sessions, I made some updates to the following two articles:
The Super Easy Customization of Citrix Web Interface 4.x article has been updated to include a “bare bones” template for Web Interface 4.6.
The Citrix Web Interface SharePoint Look and Feel Template download has been updated to include a SharePoint look and feel template for Web Interface 4.6.
Feel free to use/modify these templates for your own use.