Posts tagged with 'lightswitch'
Studio for LightSwitch 2013 v1 is now available and below you will find a complete list of the enhancements and fixes that we have included. If you have a current Studio for LightSwitch license, you can download and install this upgrade for free. If you do not, please contact sales to discuss your options.
Script 2: Implementing The Wijmo Radial Gauge In The LightSwitch HTML Client Original complete post is Written by ComponentOne Influencer: MVP Michael WashingtonGuess, What? LightSwitch now has a HTML client!Prerequisite: LightSwitch HTML Client CTP (now included in Visual Studio 2012 Update 2 CTP)
Columns with images are pretty common and very useful. Consider a very simple scenario where an image column represents the current status of an item in a grid.
Last week, I gave a LightSwitch 101 session to a group of experienced developers at the Pittsburgh .NET users group. This is the third such session I have given (also presented at the Hampton Roads .NET User Group and DevConnections) and the feedback has been very interesting.
This weekend, one of the best annual code camps I have been to, is taking place in Lake Mary, FL. The Orlando Code Camp 2013 will take place on Saturday, March 16th at Seminole State College. It’s looking like 700-800 registrations. I always look forward to this code camp. I have lots of great memories, including my first Russcam interview with Dave Noderer, just two years ago. I now have 90 episodes published and many more to come. The code camp gets bigger every year and they have a core group of volunteers and organizers that do an awesome job at getting sponsors and running the event with flawless execution.
The C1Chart LightSwitch Extension provides various options to customize the various charts that that can be rendered with this extension. While most customization can be done easily at design time, but for some we need to write a little bit of code to get what we want. Displaying Labels on a Pie Chart perfectly fits this scenario , so lets have a look at how we can get this done in 2 easy steps.
Studio for LightSwitch 2012 v3 is now available and below you will find a complete list of the enhancements and fixes that we have included. If you have a current Studio for LightSwitch license, you can download and install this upgrade for free. If you do not, please contact sales to discuss your options.
Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch is designed to help business users and developers quickly create data-based applications with minimal code. However, we can reduce our efforts further by using ComponentOne controls in it.
In C1Scheduler, an appointment (simple or recurring) is saved as a single record when stored in a database. Many times users want to store all the instances of recurring appointment in a separate table instead of saving it as a single record.
It’s that wonderful time of year again! We are proud to announce that you can now download our new 2012v2 release. There are a lot of enhancements and features in this release, and I’d love to take a few minutes to chat about some of the top features you might like to know about.
Here is another blog in our Code Snippet series. This time we'll discuss coding snippets to do the following things for C1FlexGrid for Lightswitch :
The Appointment dialog box used in C1Scheduler for LightSwitch allows users to set a subject, location, label, start and end time, reminder, availability status, and whether the appointment is an all day event and recurring over a specified period of time. You can also specify any resources, categories, and contacts here.
When a view is set in ComponentOne Olap for Lightswitch and user right clicks on the grid, a Details View dialog is shown. As per your project's requirement, you may want to change the look and feel of the table show. For instance, you may want to hide a column, change grid styles, etc.
ComponentOne FlexGrid for LightSwitch is a LightSwitch control extension that uses the same command bar elements as the built-in Data Grid; however, it replaces the underlying Silverlight grid control with the popular ComponentOne FlexGrid control. As a drop-in replacement, the extension does everything that the built-in Data Grid does, plus conditional formatting, cell merging, tree views, export to Excel (even from the Web), filtering, printing, grouping and more.
Throughout 2012 Microsoft will be making stepwise releases of Windows 8 and Visual Studio 11 starting with a public Consumer Preview released on February 29th. With Microsoft’s new platform, application developers will have more options and more capabilities than ever before. But professional developers won’t be the only ones to benefit from these new tools. Microsoft has really extended its reach to include non-professional application developers with Visual Studio LightSwitch, to commercial App developers with a new Metro UI Shell and App Marketplace - and to non-traditional “Microsoft” developers with first-class citizen-support for jQuery, CSS, and HTML.