This is the fourth in a series of posts highlighting top articles in the MSDN Library, as chosen by the documentation writers. These are articles that describe some of the features and technologies that are new/exciting to people around here. Today's post highlights articles about LightSwitch. You might also want to look at my previous posts, about Windows Store apps, asynchronous programming, and C++ AMP.

How  to: Publish a LightSwitch Application to Windows Azure

LightSwitch As a Data Source

Walkthrough: Exposing and Consuming an OData Service in LightSwitch

Walkthrough: Using LightSwitch Data in a Windows Store App

How to: Create a Role-based Application