Microsoft Releases the Preview of LightSwitch HTML Client for VS2012

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Microsoft announced the release of the first preview of a LightSwitch HTML Client for Visual Studio 2012. This announcement was just made at Tech Ed Europe 2012 keynote delivered by Microsoft corporate vice president in charge of Visual Studio, Jason Zander. The new LightSwitch is a template-driven development environment designed to develop business apps. The HTML5/JavaScript client opens up LightSwitch to mobile Web development across browsers and, in some cases, platforms, according to Microsoft. It's designed to support touch-centric, line of business applications. Read more here.



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