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Most of us remeber the VB/VC UG Meeting ( MS Redmond at UserGroup near you ) where Inbar Gazit, Microsoft Corp (Redmond) gave us a small lecture about the .NET 3.5 Framework "Meet the CLR PM – Questions, Complaints, and Wish Lists". So for those who didn't make it, or were in the MVP meeting which was scheduled for the same time, or just stayed home for the Maccabi Tel-Aviv game ( final four ) - here's a small collection of articles which would explain what we have learned that day: .NET Framework...
The Visual Studio Extensibility (VSX) Team Blog has announced about the Visual Studio 2008 Shell . Visual Studio 2008 Shell If you create software development tools, you’ll want to consider building on the Visual Studio 2008 Shell. A streamlined Visual Studio development environment, the Visual Studio Shell provides the core foundation so you can focus on building your application’s unique features. Flexible customization options help you deliver optimized experiences for specific markets. Key Benefits...
Microsoft Visual Studio Code Name "Orcas" SDK - June 2007 Community Technology Preview has been released and would update current components, samples, documentation and other extensibility features of Visual Studio 2008, Code name "Orcas", Beta 1. The feature of Visual Studio Shell will be released on the Beta2.
I guess that most of us have already doenloaded the Visual Studio "Orcas" Beta 1 is here! , or at least the express edition . But what happens when we want to framework without beta testing the IDE ? Here it is: Microsoft Pre-Release Software Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 – Beta 1
It seems that the release of the Orcas Beta1 ( or the express ) is the talk of the week ( for me the EntLib 3 is more important ). But to me seems we might need to wait a while longer then expected for the release. have a look at this article: Microsoft Visual Studio Orcas: Maybe in 2007, maybe not
You have downloaded the Orcas Beta 1 and you can't find a ASP.NET AJAX Web Site in Visual Studio? Thats because ASP.NET AJAX is now part of the standard web site in VS.NET. To get ASP.NET AJAX, just use the standard web site in VS.NET Orcas and the controls are allready there.