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  • Blog Post: LightSwitch Community and Content Rollup – June 2014

    June provided another great month of articles and samples. If you have missed past content rollups, you can check them all out here: LightSwitch Community & Content Rollups. App-Stitch Jan Van der Haegen announced ‘his new baby,’ www.app-stitch.com this month. In his own words “ If LightSwitch was...
  • Blog Post: LightSwitch Community and Content Rollup – May 2014

    It has been a busy month for the LightSwitch community! I have many wonderful extensions, articles,  a release and even a e-book to share. If you have missed past content rollups, you can check them all out here: LightSwitch Community & Content Rollups. Visual Studio 2013 Update2 The LightSwitch...
  • Blog Post: Install Visual Studio 2013 Update 2

    TechEd 2014 is going on this week in Houston, Texas and there have been many exciting announcements from all over Microsoft. You can read about all the exciting developer-focused announcements on Soma’s blog: Mobile-first, Cloud-first Development – Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 released, Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: LightSwitch Community and Content Rollup – April 2014

    Two Beths for the Price of One This month’s content rollup is not written by the fabulous Beth Massi, but instead being written by a different Beth. Hi, I’m Elizabeth Maher. You’ve probably seen me around in the forums and team blog . Wondering how to tell us apart? I prefer Elizabeth...
  • Blog Post: A Tour of the LightSwitch HTML Client APIs (Elizabeth Maher)

    LightSwitch generates a custom API set based on project assets that developers can use when writing custom code in the HTML client. Each data source, table, query and screen causes various items to be created in the API. Even actions on each of the LightSwitch designers can have affect. This article...
  • Blog Post: Multiple LightSwitch Designers (Elizabeth Maher)

    Gone are the days of just one LightSwitch designer opened at any given time. With the release of Visual Studio 2103 Preview , each LightSwitch related asset seen in the Solution Explorer has its own designer instance! This means that every table, query and screen will have its own designer when opened...
  • Blog Post: Using LightSwitch OData Services in a Windows 8 Metro Style Application (Elizabeth Maher)

    One of the exciting new features in Visual Studio 11 Beta is applications you create with LightSwitch will automatically expose Open Data Protocol (OData) services. For a good article covering how OData and LightSwitch work see Enhance Your LightSwitch Applications with OData and Creating and Consuming...
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