Microsoft Announces Visual Studio LightSwitch Is Now Ready

This week Microsoft announced that developers can new begin to create applications using Visual Studio LightSwitch, Microsoft's easy-to-use app development software that was designed to simplify and speed up the creation of both desktop and cloud-based business apps.

LightSwitch, which comes with customizable templates that allow developers to create custom business logic for their specific application, enables users to begin the development process using downloadable starter kits and provides deployment option flexibility.

This week Microsoft announced that developers can new begin to create applications using Visual Studio LightSwitch, Microsoft's easy-to-use app development software that was designed to simplify and speed up the creation of both desktop and cloud-based business apps.

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