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  • Blog Post: Building the LightSwitch Twitter Control

    This is the second part of my LightSwitch Twitter Feed Control series.  For an introduction to the control and how it can be used in your applications, please see the first part of this series. Twitter Embedded Timelines Twitter embedded timelines are a great, interactive way to bring tweets into...
  • Blog Post: Integrating a Twitter Feed into a LightSwitch Application

    Twitter is a very popular social networking site.  There are times when you want to integrate this site into your application.  Some examples I can think of are: Your application maintains a list of people and your users want to see the tweets sent by each of those people. Your application...
  • Blog Post: Updating Records in LightSwitch using Stored Procedures

    Since stored procedures provide benefits over directly using TSQL commands, a lot of database administrators like to completely hide database tables from applications.  Instead, they will expose a View to read data from the table, and then create stored procedures to allow inserting, updating and...
  • Blog Post: Executing a Simple Stored Procedure in LightSwitch

    Note: This article applies to LightSwitch in both Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 11. Many existing databases make use of stored procedures (or stored procs). There are advantages that stored procedures have over other types of database interaction as listed in MSDN at
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