Recording of my TechEd talk on Cider (WPF Designer) Design Time Extensibility

Recording of my TechEd talk on Cider (WPF Designer) Design Time Extensibility

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For those of you who were at TechEd and missed my talk, you can see the recording at: http://msteched.com/viewrecordedsession.aspx?code=DEV326  Unfortunately, this is limited to TechEd attendees only as you need to login to that site.

I have attached the slides and the sample from the session -- look for future postings that discuss each of the features covered in the talk.

Note: You may have to update the references to the Cider assemblies that are installed as part Visual Studio 2008.  Microsoft.Windows.Design.dll, Microsoft.Windows.Design.Extensibility.dll, and Microsoft.Windows.Design.Interaction.dll.  They are located in the Visual Studio install directory under the Common7\IDE\PublicAssemblies subfolder.  For example:  C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\IDE\PublicAssemblies

 This will work with Visual Studio 2008 beta 2 and later.

Attachment: TechEdSampleAndSlides.zip
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  • The extensibility points in Cider are all metadata based. That means that you use attributes to attach

  • Our Cider extensibility points are finally pretty much locked down and all of the functionality you need

  • The extensibility points in Cider are all metadata based. That means that you use attributes to attach

  • Our Cider extensibility points are finally pretty much locked down and all of the functionality you need

  • Our Cider extensibility points are finally pretty much locked down and all of the functionality you need

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