Notable Content this Month
With the close of summer, the LightSwitch community has been cranking out useful content. We have several articles and even a new extension and a new sample for this month’s rollup.
If you have missed past content rollups, you can check them all out here: LightSwitch Community & Content Rollups. Did I miss anything significant? Post a comment below!
Extensions & Packages
|LightSwitch Picasso Theme Set was released by Delordson this month on the Visual Studio Extensions Gallery.|
|LightSwitch app: Find a home (designing your business rules with app-stitch) by Jan Van der Haegen was released this month on the Visual Studio Sample Gallery.|
- How to Export Data to Microsoft Word with the LightSwitch HTML Client – Part 1
- How to get LightSwitch to Honor the Default Client Property
Community Rock Star Articles
- App-Stitch Demo Secrets – Exposed!
- Embedding Your LightSwitch Cloud Business App Inside SharePoint As a App Part
- Addendum: a generic way to create A LightSwitch SharePoint 2013 Multi-Tenant Provider-Hosted Application
- Adding some ‘brain’ to my LightSwitch app – start-up code
- Addendum: Multi-tenant LightSwitch applications: favor convention over configuration
Thanks to all our LightSwitch forums contributors! ADefwebserver tops the contributors list for this month. Thank you, everyone, for helping make the LightSwitch community a better place. It’s selfless dedication like this that makes our community rock.
LightSwitch Team Community Sites
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-Elizabeth Maher, Senior SDET, Cloud Business Apps Team
Elizabeth is a Senior SDET on the Visual Studio team focused on LightSwitch as well as tooling for Office and Azure. She has been a member of the LightSwitch team since the beginning. Previously, Elizabeth worked on ClickOnce deployment.
On rainy weekends, Elizabeth, her husband and small children can often be found at the local rock climbing gym. Elizabeth takes advantage of living in the Evergreen state during those rare sunny weekends by hiking and camping at the nearby national parks.
Catch her on Twitter @PlanetMaher.