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  • Blog Post: LightSwitch Performance Improvements in Visual Studio 2013

    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...
  • Blog Post: Team Development Series – Part 4: Testing the LightSwitch Application (Saar Shen)

    Using Visual Studio 2013, we can create automated test projects like a Coded UI Test or a Web Performance and Load Test to test LightSwitch Applications. A Coded UI Test is used for creating automated tests for the UI. A Web Performance and Load Test is used for creating performance and load tests for...
  • Blog Post: Use Caching to Turbo-Boost your LightSwitch Apps (Saar Shen)

    Making use of a cache to “turbo-boost” the retrieval and presentation of read-only data is a common need in data-based applications. In this post, I'll walk you through how to speed up your LightSwitch application by using cached data. This is particularly useful for screens that use read-only reference...
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