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By Michael Washington on 12/28/2012 10:24 AM

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To create responsive HTML applications (using JavaScript) you will need to use asynchronous calls to communicate with external resources. While you can make requests synchronously, it is a bad practice because it locks up the web browser…

By Michael Washington on 12/16/2012 9:51 AM

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In the Visual Studio LightSwitch HTML Client, extra steps are required to determine who the currently logged in user is.

By Michael Washington on 12/12/2012 7:02 AM

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In the LightSwitch HTML Client Preview 2, the binding pattern has several advantages in that it allows you to create large robust and well structured applications. You may have heard about the binding pattern in Silverlight and WPF (known as MVVM). The key component is the INotifyPropertyChanged interface that raises an event when anything changes a property that implements the interface…

By Michael Washington on 12/8/2012 6:35 PM

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ComponentOne provides a set of free and commercial controls called Wijmo that can be consumed in the Visual Studio LightSwitch HTML Client

By Michael Washington on 12/2/2012 3:34 PM

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Creating a LightSwitch website and setting security is easy. However, you must set up all your users manually. In some cases you want to allow users to self-register…

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