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Visual Studio Integration

DevExpress extensions for Visual Studio are designed to simplify the process of application creation and management.

The DevExpress ASP.NET extensions are as follows.

  • Menu Entries
    The DevExpress ASP.NET Menu extension adds the ASP.NET item to the DevExpress menu in the Visual Studio menu bar.

  • Project Wizard
    The Project Wizard extension provides an easy-to-use project wizard that helps you create a project with DevExpress controls.

  • Template Gallery
    The DevExpress Template Gallery extension provides access to a number of predefined project templates, which you can use to create projects powered by DevExpress ASP.NET AJAX controls or ASP.NET MVC extensions.

  • Insert DevExpress MVC Extension Wizard
    The Insert Extension Wizard generates code for a DevExpress extension that you can select and customize via a design-time dialog.

  • NuGet Packages
    Add a DevExpress NuGet feed to Visual Studio to use certain DevExpress NuGet packages in your projects.

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