Jim Bennett
Xamarin MVP Microsoft MVP

Mobile developer at EROAD, Xamarin MVP and Certified Developer, Microsoft MVP, author of Xamarin In Action, blogger, speaker, father and lover of beer, whisky and Thai food. Opinions are my own.

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Creating Visual Studio project and solution templates - Part 3, VS for Mac extension

In the first part of this set of posts I looked at creating a dotnet new project template, and in the second part I showed how you could easily add this to a Visual Studio for Windows extension. Lets now look at adding it to a Visual Studio for Mac extension, so that our template is available everywhere. It's really easy to create extensions for VS…

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Creating Visual Studio project and solution templates - Part 2, VS for Windows extension

In the first part of this set of posts I looked at creating a dotnet new project template. These are great if you like the cli, but if, like me, you'd rather be able to do File->New then dotnet new is not much use. Instead you need a Visual Studio extension that provides a new project or solution type to the IDE. The good news is that you can easil…

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Specflow support in Visual Studio for Mac

Love Specflow and Visual Studio for Mac? Well you are in luck as there is now a working extension for Visual Studio for Mac to enable full specflow support including generating feature files with syntax highlighting. It's all open source and built upon the amazing work by Mike Jones. You can find it on GitHub at https://github.com/straighteight/Spe…

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Creating Visual Studio project and solution templates - Part 3, VS for Mac extension

In the first part of this set of posts I looked at creating a dotnet new project template, and in the second part I showed how you could easily add this to a Visual Studio for Windows extension. Lets now look at adding it to a Visual Studio for Mac extension, so that our template is available everywhere. It's really easy to create extensions for VS…

Read More

Creating Visual Studio project and solution templates - Part 2, VS for Windows extension

In the first part of this set of posts I looked at creating a dotnet new project template. These are great if you like the cli, but if, like me, you'd rather be able to do File->New then dotnet new is not much use. Instead you need a Visual Studio extension that provides a new project or solution type to the IDE. The good news is that you can easil…

Read More

Specflow support in Visual Studio for Mac

Love Specflow and Visual Studio for Mac? Well you are in luck as there is now a working extension for Visual Studio for Mac to enable full specflow support including generating feature files with syntax highlighting. It's all open source and built upon the amazing work by Mike Jones. You can find it on GitHub at https://github.com/straighteight/Spe…

Read More