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Customizing Your LightSwitch HTML Apps with Authentication, JavaScript Code, Custom Styles, and Queries

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In part 2 of his series about the new HTML client in Visual Studio LightSwitch 2012, Alessandro Del Sole, author of Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch Unleashed, details the anatomy of a project, showing how to customize the application by using special styles, implementing authentication, showing computed properties, and more.
Introduction

Introduction

Part 1 of this series explained what the HTML client in LightSwitch is and how you can use it to build rich mobile data-centric applications that can run on multiple devices and platforms.

You learned that you can be productive quickly, even without knowing anything about HTML and JavaScript, and that LightSwitch allows you to create mobile business applications with the same simplified approach that you already use for desktop applications. This article continues from that structure, showing you some important customizations you can apply to the HTML client of your application. Let's begin by exploring the anatomy of a LightSwitch HTML project.

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