So there you have it. My apologies for such a huge posting.
Perhaps small videos like Pluralsight?
This set of tutorials obviously will be updated as things change and we learn more on how to work with the LightSwitch framework. I’m all for community help so if you find a bug or a better/faster way then drop a line to me. One of the outcomes to these posts is to also help folks understand how to work in the environment. It would be very easy just to post projects on github and be done with it. But that doesn’t help with the lack of solutions out there for this very RAD tool called LightSwitch. Thanks for enduring.
Now… too often people don’t get acknowledged for the work they do and the resources they provide. So… I’d like to acknowledge the following folks for not only helping me learn but the community as a whole:
Sergey Pimenov and the crew over at Metro UI CSS
Dave Kidder at Microsoft for his ETag workaround
Brian Grinstead, author of Spectrum, an awesome color picker
Jewel Lambert for her usage of the msls._run(“screen”) solution
Michael Washington for great publications and website regarding LightSwitch
Beth Massi at Microsoft with her invaluable blog on LightSwitch
The Visual Studio LightSwitch Team and their blog
And the great team over at Telerik and KendoUI
List obviously goes on and on as the community is pretty wide. Thank you all.
So what’s next?
LightSwitch Screen Templates?
LightSwitch Project Templates?
O365 SharePoint Integration?
More jQuery Plugins Integration?
… Big Yes to all.. Exciting times ahead!