The easiest way to create business applications for the Desktop and the Cloud
While many of the members include example code, many do not – and that’s where you come in. I’m asking the community to share examples of how they are using the API’s with code snippets that illustrate different API members. I’ll update the article on a monthly basis with community-contributed examples.
To submit your code snippets, please use the built-in feedback system in the library:
Click the “Rate this topic” link at the top of the topic.
Choose “Yes” or “No” (hopefully yes :-).
Add your contribution. It’s easy, and it will be routed directly to me via our internal feedback database.
Of course, your feedback is also welcome via the same feedback system. Feel free to point out any errors in the content or make suggestions for additional content.
- Steve Hoag, Senior Programming Writer, LightSwitch Team
Steve you are THE MAN!
Awesome! Was needing something like this right now :)
Wow. Now I can make our hacks legitimate!
Timing couldn't be better. Good job!
A lifesaver. Thank you!
Thank you so much Steve. We aprecciate every effort of LightSwitch Dev Team.
Where is the Desktop Client API reference?
@Jason - For the Desktop Client as there is a series of How-to MSDN articles. Here is the list of articles
- How to: Modify a Silverlight Screen by Using Code (msdn.microsoft.com/.../gg445197.aspx)
- Performing Data-Related Tasks by Using Code (msdn.microsoft.com/.../ff851990.aspx)
- How to: Handle Silverlight Screen Events (msdn.microsoft.com/.../ff852014.aspx)
- How to: Handle Data Events (msdn.microsoft.com/.../ff851988.aspx)
- How to: Handle Query Events (msdn.microsoft.com/.../ff872289.aspx)