CodeCast: Visual Studio 2010 editor with Chris Granger

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CodeCast Episode 60: Visual Studio 2010 editor with Chris GrangerIn this episode of CodeCast, KenLevy interviews Chris Granger, program manager on the VS platform team at Microsoft, working on the new VS IDE editor (WPF based). Chris goes in-depth on the new VS 2010 editor including many of t.

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CodeCast Episode 60: Visual Studio 2010 editor with Chris Granger

In this episode of CodeCast, KenLevy interviews Chris Granger, program manager on the VS platform team at Microsoft, working on the new VS IDE editor (WPF based). Chris goes in-depth on the new VS 2010 editor including many of the cool features native to the editor as well as under-the-hood extensions architecture using the Visual Studio SDK. With the new managed editor API extensions and WPF/XAML based UI, a new generation of source code editing capabilities will evolve with VS 2010.

Links

·         MSDN Library - What's New in the Visual Studio 2010 Editor

·         Visual Studio 2010 Beta – http://microsoft.com/visualstudio

·         Visual Studio Gallery - http://visualstudiogallery.com

·         Visual Studio Team Blog  - http://blogs.msdn.com/visualstudio

·         VS Editor on Twitter – http://twitter.com/VSEditor

·         Soma’s blog post – Creating extensions for VS 2010

·         VSX samples on MSDN Code Gallery – http://code.msdn.com/vsx

·         VS 2010 editor samples on CodePlex - http://editorsamples.codeplex.com

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