The easiest way to create business applications for the Desktop and the Cloud
Our very own Matt Sampson, Tester on the LightSwitch team, is featured today on the Visual Studio team blog! Matt explains how we took advantage of a slimmer OData format called JSON Light to minimize the payloads from the server to the HTML client, saving bandwidth and speeding up the loading of data. This is particularly important for mobile devices on slower connections. Check it out!
Read: LightSwitch Performance Win in Visual Studio 2013
Enjoy, -Beth Massi, Visual Studio Community
I wonder how the design time performance is improved!!! Are you really tried lightswitch more than 200 tables?
Test it seriously please.
We did fix many perf issues with the design-time for VS2013 so I think you will see an improved experience when we RTM. This article is about the runtime perf.
Anyone on the team: try to build an application that has 100 tables with VS2013 update 2 lightswitch HTML client. It is really pretty bad, and I have a very fast machine (with SSD). And yes, 100+ tables is typical for the clients I deal with, and no, you cannot easily divide it up. Please take a look at this issue, please. Thanks!