Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011 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. But more advanced developers and business users will hunger for more: how do you design complex screens? How do you query data using LINQ and other syntax structures? How do you secure your application? Pro Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011 Development answers these questions and more as authors Tim Leung and Yann Duranaboth awarded Microsoft 2011 Community Contributor Awards for their LightSwitch expertiseacover this breakthrough product and its operations and structure under the covers. For serious developers building, enhancing and deploying advanced business applications using LightSwitch, Pro Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011 Development is the guide for going beyond the qclick-and-you're-doneq interface, while still maintaining the elegance and convenience of rapid application development. What youall learnWith Pro Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011, 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 For more advanced LightSwitch users, see how to: 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 Pro Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011 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. Those 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 - LightSwitch Concepts 1 Forms Over Data, and Beyond 2 Working With Visual Studio Part Two - Working With Data 3 Designing Data 4 Accessing Data 5 Validating Data 6 Querying Data Part Three a Interacting with Data 7 Creating and Using RIA Services 8 Creating and Using Screens 9 Creating and Using Custom Controls 10 Creating and Using Extensions Part Four - Getting Data Out 11 Creating and Displaying Reports 12 Creating and Sending Emails Part Five - Securing Your Application 13 Authenticating Your Users 14 Authorizing Your Users 15 Auditing What Your Users Do Part Six - Deployment 16 Deploying Your Application 17 When Things Don't Go Quite Right... Value, Mode=TwoWay}aquot;/agt; alt;/Gridagt; alt;/Borderagt; alt;/UserControlagt; Having created this new control, you can now use it in the same way as before. However, you no longer need to write any SetBinding code in the Activated method to do the binding. As you can see, this ... Note that the control works only in LightSwitch desktop applications and wona#39;t work in a browser application. The WebBrowser ... There isna#39;t any easy way to reference the custom controls and to call their methods inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Pro Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011 Development|
|Author||:||Tim Leung, Yann Duran|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2012-03-26|