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By Michael Washington on 7/24/2011 8:14 AM
ComponentsOne’s OLAP For LightSwitch, is a “pivoting data analyzer” control that plugs into LightSwitch. It has been called the ‘Killer App’ for LightSwitch.

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You can download the demo at this link:

http://www.componentone.com/SuperProducts/OLAPLightSwitch/

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By Michael Washington on 7/22/2011 5:55 AM
So you have deployed your LightSwitch application and everything is running fine. Then you get an email that a user is unable to perform a function. The problem you now have is that this is a problem that you can only see in production. When you need to preform debugging of a LightSwitch application in production, you want to use Tracing.

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Getting the Most Out of the Save Pipeline in Visual Studio LightSwitch by Dan Seefeldt (http://www.code-magazine.com/articleprint.aspx?quickid=1103071), is...
By Michael Washington on 7/13/2011 8:51 PM
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It is easy to create a LightSwitch application using your own custom user interface (UI), composed entirely of Silverlight Custom Controls. The article This Is How LightSwitch Does MVVM, covers the basics of how you bind Silverlight Custom Controls to LightSwitch Properties and Collections. The article at this link,...
By Kostas Christodoulou on Thursday, July 14, 2011
Immediately after using Excel Importer extension for the first time and trying to see how this would fit into our new “want to be” business application framework, I realized that defining the column mappings every time was definitely an issue.

So I decided to implement and integrate to the original Excel Importer a mechanism for using Column Mapping Templates as an optional capability. I decided to give it back to the LightSwitch community, where the original idea (msdn.com Lightswitch Samples) came from. You can download the the extension here. Feel free, no better yet, feel obliged Winking smile, ...
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