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settembre 2011 Blog Posts

Advanced LightSwitch: calling built-in search from Silverlight controls (Visual Basic)

I'm migrating a big Silverlight 4 project to LightSwitch and I'm at a point in which I need to implement search screens and editable grids. My requirement was using the RadGridView control from Telerik, replacing the built-in DataGrid of LightSwitch. This implies creating a custom control. If you want to see an example, you can see my previous post about using the Telerik RadGridView in LightSwitch. The problem is that when you implement a custom control you also lose the built-in search box and data paging control, which are offered by search screens. So my goal was implementing search in a...

posted @ mercoledì 21 settembre 2011 00:54 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Basic Visual Studio LightSwitch ]

My upcoming Webinar on Visual Studio LightSwitch with Visual Basic

On October 4th I will deliver an online session entitled Building Business Applications with Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011. This is an entry-level Webinar hosted and promoted by DevExpress, one of the most important Microsoft partners from the developer point of view, and manufacturer of the XtraReports for LightSwitch extension. It will be an opportunity to show LightSwitch to who has never seen it in action, but also an opportunity to receive your questions about the product. It is scheduled for Oct. 4Th, at 10 a.m. PST. Registration is required at this address, whereas the complete list of webinars that DevExpress is offering is available at this...

posted @ mercoledì 14 settembre 2011 15:06 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Studio LightSwitch ]

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