Using LightSwitch OData Services in a Windows8 Metro Style Application - by Elizabeth Maher
One of the exciting new features in Visual Studio 11 Beta is applications you create with LightSwitch will automatically expose Open Data Protocol (OData) services. For a good article covering how OData and LightSwitch work see Enhance Your LightSwitch Applications with OData and Creating and Consuming LightSwitch OData Services by Beth Massi. The ability for LightSwitch application to produce OData service allows other clients to read the data produced by your LightSwitch application. In this walkthrough, we will cover how to read an OData service created by a LightSwitch application in a Windows 8 Metro style application.
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