Visual Basic Lightswitch? Easier to understand? {Comments Off on Visual Basic Lightswitch? Easier to understand?}

by Daniel S
This week I read an article about Visual Studio Lightswitch. This application is designed to simplify creation of different kinds of applications. It allows users to create applications with a modern multi-user design that support both the web and desktop clients, but with little or no coding, though a user can add Visual Basic. Some of the advantages of the lightswitch is that the users do not have to count pixels or align objects – all that is taken care of within the program. A striking feature of lightswitch is the screen designer. Instead of a drag and drop form designer of the kind that has been popular since the first release of Visual Basic, Lightswitch has an editable list of screen elements, from which a screen is generated. read more...