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Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch Business Application Development by Jayaram Krishnaswamy

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Chapter 7. Writing Code in Microsoft LightSwitch

Writing code is what delights programmers. For non-programmers writing code is more of a challenge and not very palatable as they are not used to writing code. Microsoft from the very beginning even as far back as VB5 dedicated a lot of effort to make it easier for non-programmers to use its software such as VB and MS Access. It is these programs that attracted a large clientele. In Microsoft LightSwitch, this is taken to the next step in abstraction. Things are simplified even more. Most of the simple business applications can indeed be written without a line of code and still be robust with all features of validation, security, and so on. What is more, it can even support deploying the application ...

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