By Michael Washington on 12/21/2013 8:22 PM

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You can implement an alternative menu in your Visual Studio LightSwitch HTML Client application. In this example we will implement the Multi-level push menu

By Michael Washington on 12/14/2013 10:06 AM

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Visual Studio LightSwitch HTML Client provides a unique opportunity for creators of JavaScript libraries to securely distribute and even sell their JavaScript code. With LightSwitch you can create HTML screen templates that will generate code that responds to data that the end-user developer has specified. Instead of selling the JavaScript library that cannot be secured, because JavaScript source is always viewable when an application is running, a JavaScript library developer is able to distribute a Visual Studio plug-in that dynamically creates code. This code is secure because it is a normal Visual Studio extension…

By Michael Washington on 12/1/2013 3:33 PM

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Thomas Capps and I sat out to make a HTML SPA turn based game using Visual Studio LightSwitch. We wanted to make a game that can be played on all devices, so it had to be a SPA application because that technology is a must for decent performance on a phone or tablet unless you make a native application. Visual Studio LightSwitch HTML Client creates SPA applications, so we chose LightSwitch because development is faster and easier than other options…

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