For the month of December I’ve been writing a series of articles aimed at the beginner developer getting up to speed with Visual Studio LightSwitch. Even though there’s a ton of information out there on building LightSwitch applications (especially on the LightSwitch Developer Center), I wanted to pull together a cohesive set of entry-level articles that focus on the most important concepts you need to learn in order to build any LightSwitch application. If you’re just getting started with LightSwitch development, this is a great place to start.
- Part 0: Getting Started Resources
- Part 1: What’s in a Table? Describing Your Data
- Part 2: Feel the Love. Defining Data Relationships
- Part 3: Screen Templates, Which One Do I Choose?
- Part 4: Too much information! Sorting and Filtering Data with Queries
- Part 5: May I? Controlling Access with User Permissions
- Part 6: I Feel Pretty! Customizing the “Look and Feel” with Themes
–Beth Massi, Visual Studio Community