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Guide to creating Expression blend 3 addins « Burela's house-o-blog - 1 views

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    "There isn't much information available for creating Expression blend 3 addins. There is some information on creating blend 2 plugins, but the addin model has changed between versions."
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Using System.AddIn - Ask Kathleen - Visual Studio Magazine Online - 0 views

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    A good overview and guide to using System.Addin to create robust extensible applications.
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Windows Presentation Foundation Add-Ins Overview - 0 views

  • WPF, in conjunction with the .NET Framework add-in model, allows you to address a wide variety of scenarios that require host applications to display UIs from add-ins.
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    Addins (plugins) for WPF can even do UI. I'm not convinced this is necessary to do UIs with plugins, but it's necessary if you want to allow untrusted code to do it.
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VisualSVN - Subversion plugin for Visual Studio - 0 views

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    Top notch subversion plugin for Visual Studio -- free for open source developers.
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Techniques for Safely Hosting Untrusted Add-Ins with the .NET Framework 2.0 -- MSDN Mag... - 0 views

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    An update on security implications and solutions for creating plugin models in .Net
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Sara Ford's WebLog - 0 views

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    A blog from one of the (now Open Source) Power Toys devs, lots of Visual Studio tipes, and more.
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.NET Reflector Add-Ins - 0 views

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    Who knew there were so many very cool plugins for Reflector!?
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CLR Add-In Team Blog - 0 views

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    The CLR Add-In team blog ... news about the new System.AddIn that's coming in .Net 3.5
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.NET Application Extensibility: System.AddIn - CLR Inside Out - MSDN Magazine, February... - 0 views

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    As of .Net 3.5, we will gain a built-in method for doing plugins in the .Net CLR -- This article explains the basics of plugins and is followed by a second article focusing on the new System.AddIn namespace

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Crossing the Divide - Compile .Net to Java! - 0 views

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    Grasshopper enables .NET developers to cross-compile Microsoft IL (i.e.: the output of any .NET programming language) to Java bytecode, using the open source Mono Project's class libraries.
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Dependency Graphs & Doxygen for Visual Studio .NET - 0 views

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    There's actually quite a few Visual Studio macro-type solutions here, but the most interesting are the dependency graphs and doxygen automation, and #regions for C++
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