@Krister - Jay mentions that he's not going to use any slides in the session, just lots of demos Enjoy!
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Here it is folks! Check out the high quality recordings if you can so you see the demo a lot better. And if you have any questions for the team you can also head on over to the LightSwitch HTML Client Forum.
For more info on Visual Studio LightSwitch please see http://msdn.com/lightswitch
glad you liked the video. @Chris, once the video goes into a screencast it is full size. I recommend watching the High Quality WMV (link is on the right) if you want to see the code better. BTW, I watched it on my Windows Phone 7 last night and it looked great.
As for the code, I plan on getting Sheel to upload the custom control report builder and the Excel importer as a sample. We'll be working on getting those plus a couple more full-blown apps onto the new Samples Gallery next week. I'll come back and post a link here when they are online. For now, check out the new course manager sample here: http://archive.msdn.microsoft.com/lightswitch/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=5531
For more information on LightSwitch: download Beta 1, watch How Do I videos, get the Training Kit, etc. please visit the LightSwitch Developer Center:http://msdn.com/lightswitch
- Visual Studio LightSwitch Developer Center
- Visual Studio LightSwitch Team Blog
- Visual Studio LightSwitch Forums
-Beth Massi, Visual Studio Community
Here are some links mentioned on the show to check out:
LightSwitch Developer Center: http://msdn.com/lightswitch (you can find everything here)
LightSwitch Team Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/lightswitch
LightSwitch Forums: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-us/lightswitchgeneral/threads
LightSwitch How Do I videos: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/lightswitch/ff938857.aspx
No, LightSwitch isn't dependent on these frameworks but you will see similar patterns. Take a look at this post and the comments on the team blog - I think it will answer your questions:
You can ask questions in the LightSwitch Forums -- the team is hanging out here answering:
Thanks for the feedback!