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Mexedge Dsl Explorer

July 29, 2013 by

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Visual Studio 2013 is just around the corner however no new feature has been announced for Visual Studio Visualization and Modeling SDK (was DSL SDK). No, really ? Don’t forget the indomitable Gauls that still holds out established order. Summer is here nonetheless we propose you to test an alternative to the default language explorer […]

An approach to filter a hierarchy in WPF

January 29, 2013 by

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The problem As billg mentioned a while back we are in an era where we evolved “from browse to search to subscribe”. For a while, we have been used to get a few thousands matches in a blink of an eye for any query in your favorite search engine and yet it is not that […]

DSL Tools Frozen, MMF warming up

January 28, 2013 by

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Hey ho, snow has fallen. And unfortunately, if many people think that one can find many coders with mittens at Microsoft, they are not in the visual studio team. Indeed, as some of us noticed, the lastly named Visual Studio Visualization and Modeling SDK (was DSL SDK) has been frozen. One of previous winters, Norwegian […]

Magnify diagram and multiply it

September 16, 2011 by

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As we announced it, we continue to invest on our MinimalDiagrams solution template. Henceforth, the diagram brotherhood grows and welcomes wouah diagram. And, that’s not all, a new feature has been added to the solution: Toolbox filtering. The step-by-step guide to follow have been updated as below. Define a diagram Define a new vintage diagram […]

Magnify your diagram

February 18, 2010 by

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Default layout mechanisms offered by DSL Tools are not challenged by VS’s 2010 edition. It’s not a reason to be disappointed but to acknowledge efforts produced into other areas such as extensibility. DSL Tools wisely called for help to offer alternative solutions that are far more than blinded workarounds. Indeed, the solution chosen is supporting […]

Provide an improved user experience to your DSL’s

September 2, 2009 by

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Oslo, charming Norwegian city is not only renowned for the cuteness of its female population. One of the most anticipated project from Microsoft Connected System Division is a source of hope but also raises a high level of expectations.  The wait is growing and it fosters impatience, not only because it is not Microsoft’s first […]