Visual Studio Add-In vs. Integration Package Part 3

Posted by: Keyvan Nayyeri, on 27 Aug 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

In the first two parts of my new post series about Visual Studio add-in and integration package as two primary options to extend Visual Studio IDE I gave a quick overview of the past history of Visual Studio Extensibility with an emphasis on these two options, and talked about the technical structure of an add-in along with its applications. Now in the third part I want to go over the technical structure of a Visual Studio integration package also known as VSPackage and talk about its applications...

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