Monthly Archives: March 2011

Deploying an ASP.Net webapp to Azure

Okay, so you’re and ASP.Net developer doing webapps/Webforms. And you are curious about Azure and what you need to learn, and do, to deploy your app to an azure service. I also went the same path and here is what … Continue reading

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Publishing a Visual Studio LightSwitch App to Windows Azure

Well whaddayaknow!!! The two things that I have been playing around with just got married!!! Nah, not really like that. I was just so pleasantly surprised when I found that now.. Visual Studio Lightswitch can Publish to Azure!!!! So here … Continue reading

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How to Move Data to Azure

Here is a short blog on how to move data to Azure. This is just part of a longer blog on how to publish a databound app so bear with me. Create an azure database. Call it whatever you want. … Continue reading

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Visual Studio LightSwitch Roundup

Okay, so I have blogged a few entries on how to this and that on Visual Studio Lightswitch. And I have gotten a lot of questions offline from folks who want to try it out. I have remembered several of … Continue reading

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Adding a user control to a Visual Studio LightSwitch Application

Okay.. also as response to offline inquiries on how to change the look of a Visual Studio LightSwitch application and if it is even remotely possible to add your own control to it, here is a blog to show how … Continue reading

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Adding Forms Authentication based Access Control to a Visual Studio LightSwitch Application

Okay, so in my last blog, I showed how to configure an application made with Visual Studio LightSwitch to use and implement Access control following Windows Authentication. In this blog, I will show how to configure the same application to … Continue reading

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