The ComponentOne Studio for LightSwitch HTML suite of controls contains an Events Calendar control that allows you to create some really incredible applications. In this example we will use it to build a Visual Studio LightSwitch application that will allow employees to enter their vacations and time off so that their organization can easily track employee availability…
In this article we will cover a project that implements the ComponentOne Excel control, from the Studio for Silverlight suite, in Visual Studio LightSwitch. Specifically, it will demonstrate importing and exporting Microsoft Excel files. The sample project expands on the Expense Report application covered in the article: Using the ComponentOne FlexGrid Control in Visual Studio LightSwitch.
This project enables the following scenarios:
Hierarchical data is usually used to display data in a tree. The data typically is in a single table that is self-referencing, meaning it has one property that points to other records in the same table. This is how it is able to track the parent-child relationship between records. A Tree Control is usually used to visualize hierarchical data.
Karol Zadora-Przylecki (Microsoft) created an example, and included important code required by LightSwitch when using a Silverlight Tree Control. You can see the original post here: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/lsextensibility/thread/bcdaa86f-459a-47d3-853a-3c5e56eb088a. In this article, we will follow the concepts outlined by that post.
Note: If you are new to LightSwitch, it is suggested that you start here: Online Ordering System (An End-To-End LightSwitch Example)