I’ve recently moved back from a Macbook to a Windows 8 laptop (yay!) and so I’ve decided to check out visual studio again after a relatively long period of using IDEA IntelliJ. IntelliJ is an awesome environment and I’ve really enjoyed using it (after getting used to it) for client side and Node JS development.
IntelliJ’s integration with node JS is a pleasure to work with and VS has a lot to catch up to. A definite move in the right direction is the recently published (open source) Node.js Tools for Visual Studio package. While its not release ready for VS 2015 (which is also just RC still) it seems to work fine already.
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The new 2011 Tridion GUI framework is a major overhaul to the way extensions have been previously developed. The framework now is far more robust and well designed. Building new and exciting extensions has never been easier. However, configuring your extension may not be the easiest thing in the world to do…
The following tutorial steps show how to configure an extension for the Tridion 2011 GUI from start to finish.
The example configuration and code is based on my extension: The Item XML Display.
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