Visual Studio LightSwitch

Yesterday, I had a look at something new!

It was Microsoft LightSwitch for Visual Studio 2010. Its an amazing thing to do more with your data. You can do CRUD operations with automatically generated UI without writing single line of code. Isn`t this amazing… 😀

Have a look at this with your own eyes.

Note: You will need to have Visual Studio 2010 SP1 installed on your system.
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About Saad Khan

Saad is an ASP.NET developer with 4 years of experience, and has also made a number of contributions to the Sitefinity marketplace and community. He loves to explore new code, and create innovative tools and procedures while exploring new approaches in his work with Sitefinity and MVC. As an experienced .NET developer, he frequents both Telerik and Microsoft technologies. In his spare time, Saad is an avid gamer and movie fanatic, and also experiments with new and interesting tools on the Microsoft platform.​​

2 comments

  1. Daniel Plomp

    Hi Saad. Where can I reach you about the Multiple Image Control you uploaded to the marketplace? I’m not getting it to work. Regards,
    Daniel

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