Sunday, April 28, 2013

Adding a Signature Control to the LightSwitch HTML Client

LightSwitch is all about building business solutions quickly -- defining your data models & business rules and visually creating screens with a set of built-in controls. It does all the boring plumbing so you can concentrate on the real value of your applications. But LightSwitch also allows for all sorts of customizations so you don't hit that infamous "glass ceiling". When the team set out to build the LightSwitch HTML client, they wanted to make sure that the extensibility model was super simple and in line with the way web developers build solutions today. With the Silverlight client, extension authors have to know about the guts of the LightSwitch extensibility model in order to provide easy-to-use extensions consumable by LightSwitch developers. There are over 100 (and growing) LightSwitch extensions on the Visual Studio Gallery (even a signature control). But with the HTML client we wanted to take advantage of the huge web ecosystem already out there, so adding customizations can be as easy as finding the JavaScript library you want and wiring it up to your app.

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