Building Modern, HTML5-Based Business Applications on Windows Azure and Office 365 with Visual Studio LightSwitch

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Description

Visual Studio LightSwitch is the easiest way to create modern line of business applications for the enterprise. In this demo-heavy session, you’ll see how developers can use their knowledge of HTML5 and JavaScript to build touch-centric, cross-platform business applications that run well on all modern devices and can be deployed to Azure and Office 365.
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Day:

2

Level:

300

Session Type:

Breakout

Code:

3-310

Room:

South Hall: East Mezzanine 202

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    virtualCable​TV

    I had to miss this session live because this channel9.msdn.com website is apparently a piece of sh!t that will not display pages attempting to force me into creating a Profile ID when I was already logged in. Your developer Howdy F*cking Doody would not even allow me to --read-- any pages and has busted me out of the live broadcast entirely.

    Furthermore, authentication is not even using the email address + login I actually logged in with but a different @live.com email address which suffice it to say was also exposed in the page as:

    firstnamelastname%live.com@passport.com

    WTF is that? Howdy F*cking Doody that's what.

    Oh yea, I had to load channel9.msdn.com using Chrome because IE9 is FUBAR too.

    Thanks for making my day by preparing and testing diligently for the most important developer event to be held in years.

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    funkyonex

    Hi virtualCableTV, sorry you're having trouble with the site -- I would report your issues here to the C9 team: http://channel9.msdn.com/Forums/Feedback

    As for the session, the recording should be available here in the next day or 2 so you can check back and should be able to watch it later.

    The LightSwitch team will be releasing a series of blog posts highlighting the new features here: http://blogs.msdn.com/lightswitch

    Cheers,

    -Beth

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    Jay Turpin

    @virtualCableTV - really??? This event must have been really, really important to you for you to vent with so much hatred and profanity. Next time, why don't you take a deep breath, take another one, and then post a constructive message. And while you're at it, why don't you use you real name instead of hiding (though based on your post, I'm not surprised that you want to remain anonymous)

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    sinan75

    does the RTM version include any chance for creating html client targeting desktop browser

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