E-Book Published: Beginners Guide to Visual Studio LightSwitch


Visual Studio LightSwitch is a new tool for building data-driven Silverlight Application using Visual Studio IDE. It automatically generates the User Interface for a Data Source without writing any code. You can write a small amount of code also to meet your requirement.

 

This eBook collects all 5 Chapters of Silverlight Show article series 'Beginners Guide to Visual Studio LightSwitch (Beta 1)' for your offline reference. In this post, I am going to share the Contents of this eBook. Also, there is a link to purchase the book. Read to know more about this.

 

Visual Studio LightSwitch is a new tool for building data-driven Silverlight Application using Visual Studio IDE. Here in this 5 chapters eBook, I will guide you to understand about LightSwitch application development with lots of screenshots and step-by-step process. Read the complete eBook to learn about creating a Silverlight data driven application with the help of Visual Studio LightSwitch (Beta 1) for Silverlight.

 

Purchase eBook: Beginners Guide to Visual Studio LightSwitch by Microsoft Silverlight MVP Kunal Chowdhury

 

The eBook consists of 5 chapters and you can find the full overview of the chapters here. The five chapters of the eBook are listed here:

    • Chapter 1: Working With New Data Entry Screen
    • Chapter 2: Working with Search Screen
    • Chapter 3: Working with Editable DataGrid Screen
    • Chapter 4: Working with List and Details Screen
    • Chapter 5: Working with Custom Validation

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