Tuesday, October 18, 2011

All-In-One Code Framework Sample Browser v4 (aka Metro version) now Visual Studio Extension'd (Don't leave your Visual Studio without it...)

Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework - Visual Studio Extension of Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework Sample Browser is Upgraded to Metro UI - You can enjoy 700+ samples from within Visual Studio

"The Sample Browser Visual Studio Extension of Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework is upgraded! We integrated the Sample Browser v4 released two weeks ago with Visual Studio 2010. With this extension, you will be able to search and download samples from within your development environment! We embrace the hope of making your sample search, download and management experience easy and enjoyable.

Install: http://aka.ms/samplebrowservsx

If you have any feedback and suggestions about the Sample Browser Visual Studio Extension, please don't hesitate to contact onecode@microsoft.com.

After installing the extension, you can find "Search Code Sample" in the Tools menu of Visual Studio 2010. Clicking it will launch the Sample Browser inside Visual Studio.




I've said it before and will say it again... This is one of the coolest resources for .Net dev samples available. If you're not using it, you're missing out.


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All-In-One Code Framework, your one stop shop for Windows code samples, examples and guidelines
All-In-One Knowledge Base Articles (aka another way to see all the coolness that’s in the All-In-One sample code base)
Three languages, tons of technologies, continual additions, all source: The Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework (think “An Official Boat Load of Code Samples!”) (Added bonus “How can I on earth write a managed shell extension” with .Net 4 sample)

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