How to add DevExpress ASP.NET MVC Wrappers in Visual Studio - (Now Available in v16.1.8)

Posted by: The ASPx Blog, on 17 Nov 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

We just released DevExtreme v16.1.8 and added a helpful new Visual Studio integration feature. You can now right-click on your Visual Studio project and enable it to start using the DevExtreme MVC wrappers. Here're the steps:Get started fasterDevExpress MVC Wrappers require certain assemblies and resources to be part of your ASP.NET project. Now you can add the required resources and start using the DevExpress MVC Wrappers in a few clicks.Before you begin, please install the DevExtreme v16.1.8...

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