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    DTE and T4 - Better Together

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    A couple of folks out there have put together some really neat T4 templates that use the host-specific flag and then access Visual Studio's DTE object model to read state from other code in the project and use that as metadata for code generation. Daniel...
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    T4 and Silverlight in Visual Studio 2008

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    Colin Eberhardt has a nice article on The Code Project walking through using a small textual DSL encoded in XML to define a set of dependency properties and then using that as a data source for T4 to generate all of the necessary boilerplate code. Apart...
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    ASP.Net MVC T4 Updates

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    Couple of newsworthy T4 links for the wildly popular ASP.Net MVC framework. This one is from July but I hadn't spotted it - David Ebbo has a new version of his T4MVC set of templates for view generation. Space Invader Zim (nice name) has a walkthrough...
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    Peter Vogel on Code Generation

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    There's a fun interview with Peter Vogel on the subject of Code Gen on the ever-popular .NET Rocks talkshow. He's got a new code gen book coming out and in the interview he says he's going to have an "expansion pack" for the book to cover T4. Can't wait...
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    T4 Templates for SharePoint

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    For all you SharePoint heads out there, Waldek Mastykarz has a couple of neat articles on generating some of the various config files that control a SharePoint instance using T4: Visual Studio T4 template for SharePoint Solution (DDF) Visual Studio T4...
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    WPF, DSL in Visual Studio 2008

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    Although data-binding to WPF is a feature of DSL Tools in Visual Studio 2010, that hasn’t stopped our vibrant community from hacking away to get results today with VS2008. Have a look at this selection of posts: Using WPF As The Designer Surface In DSL...
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