LightSwitch: technology overview.

February ’13 will be a fun month full of LSL (“LightSwitch Lovin’ – highly addictive”), including a very short high-speed demo at MS Web Cafe, and an intensive evening workout co-hosted by community rock star Paul Van Bladel: “Simple on the outside, rich on the inside“. 

While prepping, I started drawing a bit to try and capture how LightSwitch manages to take a simple idea, and through a simple IDE allows you to create such an impressive ecosystem.

Here’s 3 of my drawings, feedback appreciated!!

A simple idea

A simple idea

In reality (server)

In reality (server)

In reality (client)

In reality (client)

PS: When you’re not counting cursive text, since it represents my random thoughts in between my traditional and formal writing style, this has got to be my shortest blog post ever…

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