A View to an Adornment... Creating a Visual Studio Viewport Adornment Extension

Posted by: MSDN: Coding4Fun, on 18 Aug 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Shemeer NS, Shemeer's World of Programming, continues his quest to show us all the different ways we can extend our favorite development environment, through the power of code and extensions.Recently he released another great tutorial that shows us how we can create our own Viewport Adornment Extension...Getting started with Visual Studio Editor Viewport Adornment ExtensionsIn this article I'm going to give a quick start on Editor View Adornment Extension, For demonstrating this project template...

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