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LightSwitch and NetAdvantage Enable Full-Featured Charting and Graphing

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By using LightSwitch, developers are able to create full-featured applications without a mind-numbing amount of hand coding. Combine that with the data visualization functionality provided by Infragistics' NetAdvantage plug-in for LightSwitch, and sophisticated graphing and charting can be easily added to those apps.

The simplicity of use is one of the advantages of using NetAdvantage---even non-developers can use advanced data visualization tools without having to get nose-deep in C# or Visual Basic programming. Obviously hardcore programmers will be glad to enjoy the increased functionality provided by such tools, but NetAdvantage could very well encourage the power user, DBA and MS Access crowd to join the party.

By using LightSwitch, developers are able to create full-featured applications without a mind-numbing amount of hand coding. Combine that with the data visualization functionality provided by Infragistics' NetAdvantage plug-in for LightSwitch, and sophisticated graphing and charting can be easily added to those apps.

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