Starting in our 2021 Volume 2 SP release, Syncfusion components can be used in Visual Studio 2022. This helps developers keep up with the latest innovations in creating web and desktop applications. As part of this support, Syncfusion Visual Studio extensions can now create Visual Studio 2022 applications, perform project conversions and migrations, perform scaffolding, and add the references required for the development.
Syncfusion supports Visual Studio 2022 extensions for the following platforms.
Installing the Syncfusion Visual Studio 2022 extensions
Syncfusion Visual Studio 2022 extensions can be installed from the Visual Studio Marketplace or the Essential Studio setup. For more details about how to install them, refer to the blog, Syncfusion VS Extensions Now on the Visual Studio Marketplace!
After installing the Syncfusion extensions, you can use them to easily create, scaffold, convert, and migrate applications from one version to another, and also add Syncfusion references to your project in Visual Studio 2022.
For instance, the following topic is provided for a Blazor project. Similar steps are applicable for the other platforms.
Blazor Template Studio
The Blazor Template Studio extension for Visual Studio allows you to create Blazor applications from prebuilt templates that include Syncfusion Blazor components. This is now available with the Visual Studio 2022 support.
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You can use the Syncfusion Blazor project conversion and project migration utilities in Visual Studio 2022 applications to convert or migrate to the latest Syncfusion version. Also, use the Syncfusion Blazor scaffolding and code generator utilities to add Syncfusion components to the Visual Studio 2022 applications.
Thanks for reading! To summarize, the Syncfusion Visual Studio extensions now provide support for Visual Studio 2022 in the Blazor, ASP.NET Core, ASP.NET MVC, WPF, WinForms, Xamarin, and UWP platforms from the 2021 Volume 2 SP release onward.
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