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Rama Sagar
Using Angular.js in Visual Studio LightSwitch Part 5 
Last updated on: 18 Dec 2013 11:25:30 AM by Rama Sagar | Views: 4063 | Category: LightSwitch |
AngularJS is a JavaScript framework that embraces extending HTML into a more expressive and readable format. It decreases emphasis on directly handling DOM manipulation from the application logic, allowing for easier testing. It employs efficient two-way data binding and sensible MVC implementation, reducing the server load of applications. It features directives, which are incredibly robust tools that are significant contributors to Angular’s ubiquity.
Rama Sagar
Using Angular.js in Visual Studio LightSwitch Part 4 
Last updated on: 19 Dec 2013 10:41:59 AM by Rama Sagar | Views: 3276 | Category: LightSwitch |
AngularJS is a JavaScript framework that embraces extending HTML into a more expressive and readable format. It decreases emphasis on directly handling DOM manipulation from the application logic, allowing for easier testing. It employs efficient two-way data binding and sensible MVC implementation, reducing the server load of applications. It features directives, which are incredibly robust tools that are significant contributors to Angular’s ubiquity.
Rama Sagar
Using Angular.js in Visual studio LightSwitch Part 3 
Last updated on: 17 Dec 2013 09:56:31 AM by Rama Sagar | Views: 6643 | Category: LightSwitch |
AngularJS is an open-source JavaScript framework, maintained by Google, that assists with running single-page applications. Its goal is to augment browser-based applications with model–view–controller (MVC) capability, in an effort to make both development and testing easier. For more info click http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AngularJS
Rama Sagar
Using Angular.js in Visual Studio LightSwitch Part 2 
Last updated on: 17 Dec 2013 09:56:56 AM by Rama Sagar | Views: 4919 | Category: LightSwitch |
AngularJS is an open-source JavaScript framework, maintained by Google, that assists with running single-page applications. Its goal is to augment browser-based applications with model–view–controller (MVC) capability, in an effort to make both development and testing easier. For more info click http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AngularJS
Rama Sagar
Using Angular.js in Visual studio LightSwitch Part1 
Last updated on: 17 Dec 2013 09:57:27 AM by Rama Sagar | Views: 10496 | Category: LightSwitch |
AngularJS is an open-source JavaScript framework, maintained by Google, that assists with running single-page applications. Its goal is to augment browser-based applications with model–view–controller (MVC) capability, in an effort to make both development and testing easier. For more info click http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AngularJS
Rama Sagar
Forms authentication in Lightswitch using MVC Part 4 
Last updated on: 11 Dec 2013 12:00:59 PM by Rama Sagar | Views: 7611 | Category: LightSwitch |
Forms authentication is managed by the application itself, and a user must supply a username and a password to access the application
Rama Sagar
Forms authentication in Lightswitch using MVC Part 3 
Last updated on: 11 Dec 2013 12:00:29 PM by Rama Sagar | Views: 8227 | Category: LightSwitch |
Forms authentication is managed by the application itself, and a user must supply a username and a password to access the application
  • Rama Sagar
    Getting started with Lightswitch using MVC Part 2 
    Last updated on: 11 Dec 2013 08:58:27 AM by Rama Sagar | Views: 6131 | Category: LightSwitch |
    According to Microsoft, most business applications are forms-over-data applications that provide a UI for viewing, adding, and modifying data. When you use other development tools to build forms-over-data applications, much of your time is spent on repetitive tasks. You write code to interact with a database, you write code for the user interface, and you write code for the business logic. When you use LightSwitch, much of the repetitive work is done for you and, in fact, you can create a LightSwitch application without writing any code at all! For most applications, the only code you have to write is the code that only you can write: the business logic.
    Rama Sagar
    Getting started with Lightswitch using MVC Part 1 
    Last updated on: 10 Dec 2013 09:53:29 AM by Rama Sagar | Views: 9807 | Category: LightSwitch |
    According to Microsoft Most business applications are forms-over-data applications that provide a UI for viewing, adding, and modifying data. When you use other development tools to build forms-over-data applications, much of your time is spent on repetitive tasks. You write code to interact with a database, you write code for the user interface, and you write code for the business logic. When you use LightSwitch, much of the repetitive work is done for you and, in fact, you can create a LightSwitch application without writing any code at all! For most applications, the only code you have to write is the code that only you can write: the business logic.
    Niladri.biswas
    Part 11/11:Publish LightSwitch Application as Web application and host in IIS 
    Last updated on: 01 Oct 2011 02:46:55 AM by Niladri.biswas | Views: 17713 | Category: LightSwitch |
    This is the eleventh part of the 11 series LightSwitch tutorial. In this part we will learn about how to Publish LightSwitch Application as Web Application and host in IIS.
    Niladri.biswas
    Part 10/11: Publish LightSwitch Application as Desktop application and host in local system 
    Last updated on: 01 Oct 2011 02:43:52 AM by Niladri.biswas | Views: 18638 | Category: LightSwitch |
    This is the tenth part of the 11 series LightSwitch tutorial. In this part we will learn about how to Publish LightSwitch Application as Desktop Application
    Niladri.biswas
    Part 9/11: Using a custom control in LightSwitch 
    Last updated on: 01 Oct 2011 02:42:37 AM by Niladri.biswas | Views: 13853 | Category: LightSwitch |
    This is the ninth part of the 11 series LightSwitch tutorial. In this part we will learn about how to use custom control in LightSwitch Application
    Niladri.biswas
    Part 8/11: Rapport with External Data Source – WCF RIA Service 
    Last updated on: 01 Oct 2011 02:40:56 AM by Niladri.biswas | Views: 13158 | Category: LightSwitch |
    This is the eighth part of the 11 series LightSwitch tutorial. In this part we will learn about how to use WCF RIA Service as our external data source.
    Niladri.biswas
    Part 7/11: Rapport with External Data Source – Database 
    Last updated on: 01 Oct 2011 02:39:49 AM by Niladri.biswas | Views: 9694 | Category: LightSwitch |
    This is the seventh part of the 11 series LightSwitch tutorial. In this part we will learn about how to work with the External Database
    Niladri.biswas
    Part 6/11: Rapport with Details Screen in LightSwitch 
    Last updated on: 01 Oct 2011 02:37:57 AM by Niladri.biswas | Views: 9305 | Category: LightSwitch |
    This is the sixth part of the 11 series LightSwitch tutorial. In this part we will learn about how to work with the Details screen for viewing the Master-Child records