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We just updated the Learn section of the LightSwitch Developer Center with a couple more videos, check them out:
The team also has a couple blog posts on these topics if you like articles better than videos:
How to: designing one LightSwitch screen to create or edit an entity How Do I: Filter Items in a ComboBox or Modal Window Picker in LightSwitch
We’ve also added a couple new features to the video pages which allow you to rate the video (5 stars being the best) as well as a related videos section so you can see the most watched videos in the series. I still recommend you watch them in order because the videos build upon each other as we create a sample application for order entry.
If you missed them, here’s the first 8 videos.
Next ones I’m working on will be on Security and Deployment so stay tuned.
anybody help please , i have 100 textbox in webform (aspx.vb)build by VS2010 , i do not want to use datagrid , formview , so please tell me how to insert data input in those 100textbox to database is SQL2008, i have 100 field in table name tblDe ,database name idbet. the Null is yes, thank for your help , and sorry for my english
You're going to have much better luck getting an answer if you post this question in the ASP.NET Forums: http://forums.asp.net/
Are you planning to make videos about connecting to existing databases and working with them?
Yes, I'll add that to the list. Thanks!
Is there any way to add a splash screen at this stage to a lightswitch project at this stage and is it possible to modify the look of the search/data screens? For example, perhaps adding an application logo to the screens etc. Any advice you can provide would be appreciated
sql fetch is very slow .. you must try to table with 1000 record and over 5 join and see search screen .. what do you things about this problem
@Matt -- check out this forum thread for a work-around:
@atilla -- You can limit the amount of data rows that come down by specifying that in the Screen designer and specifying the # of records to fetch on the query. We are also still working on peformance issues in Beta 1. Please report your repro steps here so we can investigate: connect.microsoft.com/visualstudio