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All-In-One Code Framework "Sample Browser" is Now Available to Everyone

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Today we’ve reached the milestone in a new generation of All-In-One Code Framework. It is with great pleasure that we are announcing general availability of Sample Browser to the world. This is a momentous occasion for All-In-One Code Framework. With the new Sample Browser, we embrace the opportunity of getting more feedback, retaining more users, and better serving our customers.

Download:    http://1code.codeplex.com/releases/               Feedback:     onecode@microsoft.com 

The Sample Browser runs on top of All-In-One Code Framework. It greatly facilitates the browse of 400+ code samples in the project. Although this first release provides only the sample search function, more features such as sample polling, and auto-update will be added in the near future.

The Sample Browser is green and does not require installation. You can find the application in the root folder of the All-In-One Code Framework package. SampleBrowser2008.exe is for browsing Visual Studio 2008 code samples, and SampleBrowser2010.exe is for Visual Studio 2010 samples. You can launch the application with a simple double-click. The application lists all code samples in the main window. Above the samples is a search bar with language filters. The Sample Browser filters samples by looking for your keywords in the sample names and the documentations (ReadMe.txt), and displays the search results in the main window. By clicking a sample, its documentation (ReadMe.txt) is displayed in a cool black form. By double-clicking a sample, the sample will be opened in Visual Studio.

 

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  • Great work, thanks for all the great examples.

  • Excellent work!!! This is indeed a very good and simplistic mehanism you have put in for browsing the code samples with utmost ease, which has been a major pain area to do so in the past. Congrats!

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