Monthly Archives: February 2011

Implementing Access Control on a Visual Studio LightSwitch Application

Implementing Access Control on a Visual Studio LightSwitch Application     Alright.. after my previous blogs of looking at Visual Studio LightSwitch from under the hood, a small demo application using Visual Studio LightSwitch, adding a form of implementing a … Continue reading

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Customizing some Lightswitch Application items

Just recently, I tried creating a small app using Visual Studio Lightswitch and found a few items I wanted to edit to make the app a bit more presentable. And there is a nice thing I noticed too.. This is … Continue reading

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Creating a workflow with Visual Studio Lightswitch

No, not a sharepoint workflow. That is a totally different task and cannot be done with LS. The workflow I am referring to is how certain data needs to go from one screen to another. For all those who have … Continue reading

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Lightswitch Demo Application

Okay, as promised, here is a small demo application I created with Visual Studio Lightswitch. This will be my way of drilling down into what Lightswitch can do and what you, as a developer can do with it so don’t … Continue reading

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Lightswitch (under the hood)

Okay.. coming from my previous blog about Visual Studio Lightswitch I promised to put up a short demo. But since that time, a lot has already happened and many of the folks I know has already tried it. So here, … Continue reading

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Webmatrix – a bit beyond Hello World ;)

It’s about time to see what other things WebMatrix can do out of the box. Let’s make something more.. personal. Fire up webmatrix and create an Empty Website called.. “myContacts” then add one page, index.cshtml will do fine but I … Continue reading

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Test Blog from MS-Word

This blog came straight from Microsoft Word.

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