In this course you will learn about all the features of Visual Studio LightSwitch versions 2012 and 2013. You will learn how to manage datasources; create screens and navigation in both HTML and Silverlight clients, and how to secure your application. In addition you will learn how to localize and deploy your application and how to integrate with SharePoint online.
Matt is an independent consultant with expertise in web application design and development and systems integration. As a writer, Matt has contributed to several journals and magazines such as MSDN Magazine. Matt regularly shares his love of technology by speaking at local, regional, and international conferences such as DevWeek, Prairie Dev Con, That Conference, and VS Live. As a Pluralsight Author, Matt has created more than 30 courses on the topics of web, mobile, and cloud development.
Security Welcome to this module in the Visual Studio LightSwitch course on Security, where we're going to take a look at users, roles, and most importantly permissions inside of your LightSwitch application. We'll see how we define those things, the tools provided for you to manage those, and how they integrate into your application code.
Localization Welcome to this module on Localization in Visual Studio LightSwitch. In this module, we're going to focus on localizing your application by using resource files and we'll see how to localize both the Silverlight and HTML clients, as well as backend services, and the strings that might be generated there.
Deployment Hello and welcome to this module on Visual Studio LightSwitch Deployment. I'm Matt Milner and we're going to look at how you package up and deploy your LightSwitch application to the web and database servers that are going to act as your application and data tier, and how the clients gets deployed out there to the web server, so that users can browse to and download that Silverlight client or interact with Silverlight in the browser or HTML client.
SharePoint Welcome to this module on Visual Studio LightSwitch, leveraging SharePoint. I'm Matt Milner and I'm going to show you how you can take advantage of your SharePoint on premise or SharePoint online when building your LightSwitch applications. We'll talk about connecting to SharePoint data sources using those list and libraries inside you're SharePoint installation as data sources for your LightSwitch application, being able to read and manipulate the data in those lists, and then we'll talk about deploying your application to SharePoint online. That'll be our specific example, but the SharePoint application model works both for online and on premise SharePoint deployments. So we'll talk about what's involved with deploying to SharePoint, what that actually means, and we'll see how to take your LightSwitch application and push it out into the cloud leveraging that SharePoint online.