Microsoft updates 'Napa' and 'LightSwitch developer tools

Microsoft has announced updates to both Napa and LightSwitch with Napa still being the codename for their new Office and SharePoint DTK that they have been working on diligently since July of 2012. On November 12, Microsoft officials announced availability of Preview 2 of Napa, which can be downloaded and installed into Visual Studio 2012 (Professional, Premium or Ultimate). Read the full release story here.



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