LightSwitch 2012 is included as part of the Visual Studio 2012 package. It is a rapid application deployment tool that lets power users and administrators build data-centric business applications for the desktop, cloud, and Web in just a few clicks, with no code required. The basics are very easily understood but more advanced users will hunger for more: how do you design complex layouts? How do you query data using LINQ and other syntax structures? How do you secure your application against malicious use? Visual Studio LightSwitch 2012 answers these questions and more as author Tim Leungawinner of a Microsoft 2011 Community Contributor Award for his LightSwitch expertiseacovers this breakthrough product in detail. For serious developers building, enhancing and deploying advanced business applications using LightSwitch makes sense because they can benefit from the elegance, convenience and cost savings afforded by rapid application development before going beyond the qclick-and-you're-doneq interface to include the extra value and depth of coding expertise that their clients value. What youall learnWith Visual Studio LightSwitch 2012, learn how to: Add visibility through with Relationships and Details screens Use customized queries, sorts and filters, and reporting Customize displays via user controls Use multiple line-of-business data sources to aggregate reports Handle events in code and debug applications Master the intricacies of complex user interface design Secure your applications through authentication Write custom .NET code to enhance LightSwitch Deploy maintainable LightSwitch projects Who this book is for Visual Studio LightSwitch 2012 is a book designed for any software developer who wants to take advantage of the rapid application deployment (RAD) experience offered by LightSwitch. It is ideal reading for those wanting to build and design applications correctly from the onset. Developers who have grasped the basics of LightSwitch and are looking to do more will benefit greatly from this book. Anyone struggling to design complex screens and queries in order to meet user requirements will find the answers in this book. Table of Contents Part One - Introducing LightSwitch: Understanding How LightSwitch Works Part One - Introducing LightSwitch: Setting Up Your data Part One - Introducing LightSwitch: Getting Started with Screen Design Part Two - Working With Data: Accessing Data from Code Part Two - Working With Data: Validating Your Data Part Two - Working With Data: Querying Your Data Part Three - Designing User Interfaces: Mastering Screen Design Part Three - Designing User Interfaces: Creating HTML User Interfaces Part Four a Extending the Reach of Your Data: Creating and Using RIA Services Part Four a Extending the Reach of Your Data: Sharing Data with Odata Part Five a Customizing LightSwitch: Creating and Using Silverlight Custom Controls Part Five a Customizing LightSwitch: Creating Custom Control Extensions Part Five a Customizing LightSwitch: Creating Data and Presentation Extensions Part Six - Getting Data Out: Creating and Displaying Reports Part Six - Getting Data Out: Creating and Sending Emails Part Seven - Securing Your Application: Authenticating Your Users Part Seven - Securing Your Application: Authorizing Your Users Part Eight - Going Live with Your Application: Deploying Your Application Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix ETo demonstrate this, youa#39;ll now modify your IssuesByEngineer report so that it includes a print button. ... ASP.NET project, and open the IssuesByEngineer. aspx page. 2. Switch your page to Source View. Iust above the GridView control, addanbsp;...
|Title||:||Visual Studio Lightswitch 2012|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2013-07-30|