Congrats Lucian, finally some VB language improvements with this release i've been waiting for!
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Thanks Steve & John, you've restored my faith in MS!
Everyone who builds the multi-layered bussines applications which goes a little beyond the simple master-details forms, arrives at a framework which has to take care of these things.
That's not something for everyone. I came under the impression that the people building visual studio & tools had no real world experience with this stuff. I always wondered what the dynamics/navision people thought about that.
And here you are.
After building my own orm/frameworks/viewmanagers/service layers and what not, I alway wanted to make it complete with some designers/wizards & tools to make building the app itself and bussiness rules a little bit easier.
That's what lightswitch really is. And off course there will be trade offs, and it's a 1.0 (still beta) version.
But it looks very very promising ! And not only for the ex-foxpro/ms access/clipper developers!
And with the azure/cloud route, it has to be a sure winner.
Any targets known about rtm/rtw ?
What kind of hardware/tablet is used?
I sill have my BASCOM 1.0 manual
And Visual Basic for DOS is missing in the overview...