By Michael Washington on 5/17/2012 5:59 AM
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Visual Studio LightSwitch uses the standard ASP.NET Membership provider. This allows you to create web applications that can manage the LightSwitch users and roles. Integration with LightSwitch and ASP.NET has been covered in: Integrating LightSwitch Into An ASPNET Application To Provide Single Sign On. This article starts with the application created for that...
By Michael Washington on 5/9/2012 11:05 PM
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The first Southern California LightSwitch User’s Group meeting was a success. The group was formed a month ago after I made an announcement in the LightSwitch Help Website forums: (Anyone want to form a Southern California LightSwitch User Group?). We had 7 members attend our first...
By Michael Washington on 5/6/2012 6:35 AM

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Visual Studio LightSwitch (In Visual Studio 11 Beta) allows you to access your LightSwitch application via OData. This provides access to the security and business rules of your LightSwitch application.

In this article we will demonstrate using Windows Phone 7 to create an application that will cover Creating, Reading, Updating, and Deleting data (otherwise known as CRUD) in LightSwitch

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