October 2007 - Posts

T4 Editor beta released!

After a few weeks of lots of hard work we were finally able to release a pretty stable release of our T4 Editor out to the community at http://www.t4editor.net.

It currently support VS 2005 and VS 2008 beta 2 and has most (but not all yet) of the bells and whistles you would expect from a nice and integrated editor in Visual Studio (meaning IntelliSense, syntax coloring, region collapsing, etc).

If you're into anything like DSL, GAX or Software Factories then this is a must have for you.

And if you're using any of the code generation tools out there and you've haven't heard of T4 yet, then it's probably time you give it a look...

You can go directly to the download page and give it a try, I would love to hear your feedback if you do so!

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Introducing Silverlight Streaming Library (SLSL)

A weekend a couple of months ago I coded a quick and dirty spike on a C# library to wrap the Silverlight Streaming REST APIs.

Using this library you can add, replace and delete File Sets (Applications) and files in your Silverlight Streaming account. You can also retrieve information that is not directly exposed by the REST APIs as size of applications and your whole account.

I've created a CodePlex project for hosting the project at: http://codeplex.com/slsl (code compiles fine in VS2005 and VS2008 beta 2).

If you're writing any client for accessing the Silverlight Streaming servers then definitely this library is worth checking!

As soon as I find another slot of free time I'll be posting a VS toolwindow that has a nice UI and uses the SLSL library to access the data for your account.


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