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Visual Studio Add-Ins Succinctly

Published on: Jul 7, 2014

Author : Joe Booth

Categories :

IDEs and Tools

Pages : 124

Formats : Amazon Kindle and PDF

Price : FREE


Integrated development environments are intended to boost developer efficiency. A vital piece of this efficiency is an IDE's openness for extensions and customizations that developers can add to create precisely the environment they need. Visual Studio, Microsoft's flagship IDE, allows developers to create add-ins for any purpose they can think of, from generating boilerplate source code, to interacting with the many windows within Visual Studio. With Visual Studio Add-Ins Succinctly by Joe Booth, you'll learn how create add-ins for Visual Studio, how to test their functionality, and how to deploy them to make you and your colleagues' lives a little easier.

Table of Contents
  1. Microsoft Visual Studio
  2. Add-in Hello World
  3. Hooking into the IDE
  4. Application and Add-in Objects
  5. Save Some Files Add-In
  6. Testing Your Add-In
  7. Visual Studio Environment
  8. Solution
  9. Projects
  10. IDE Windows
  11. Documents
  12. Code Window
  13. Code Model
  14. Tool Windows
  15. Source Code Generation
  16. Deploying Your Add-In
  17. Object Reference
  18. Add-in Helper Class
  19. Third-Party Add-Ins

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