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  • Blog Post: SpicIE: New guidance – How to catch and handle Html events in managed Plug-In code

    There is a new sample with the name HtmlEvents on the http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/SpicIEContrib page. This sample demonstrates how your managed Plug-In code can register on Html events for specific Html elements. When the registered event is fired then your managed C# will be called. This mechanism...
  • Blog Post: SpicIE: Deployment of a SpicIE based Plug-In

    After you have written a useful plug-in it comes the time when you have to deploy the plug-in on other computers But there may be some pitfalls during the deployment. First there is an “Install.bat” in your project which can be used for the plug-in registration. More difficult is the determination...
  • Blog Post: SpicIE: Reducing or switching off all diagnostic messages

    The SpicIE framework uses the .NET System.Diagnostics.TraceSource class to output a lot of information during the runtime. During the development and debug process these messages could be really helpful to understand how the plugin works. But there are situations where you want to reduce or switch totally...
  • Blog Post: SpicIE: A project with an Output Type of Class Library cannot be started directly.

    Sometimes I get a debug start message “A project with an Output Type of Class Library cannot be started directly.”  while developing SpicIE based Internet Explorer plug-ins. It seems that the Visual Studio development environment sometimes forgets the debug settings and without that you get this...
  • Blog Post: SpicIE: How to debug/trace a SpicIE plug-in

    Plug-in development is not easy because always your code runs inside Internet Explorer. Sometimes the code behaves different in Visual Studio debugger and in undebugged Internet Explorer environment. I try to list some of my best practices of SpicIE plug-in development. Debug settings To...
  • Blog Post: New IE Plug-In framework published – SpicIE --> Simple Plug-In Creator for Internet Explorer

    Actually I have found a new interesting project published on code.msdn.microsoft.com. The project is called SpicIE = Simple Plug-In Creator for Internet Explorer. I have downloaded the project from http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/SpicIE and installed it easily. The framework comes with full C# source...
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