One of my coworkers told me about an interesting Visual Studio plugin that you could buy. It was called Visual Assist X. I love this plugin, but at $149, it is expensive. I mentioned this to my friend Dave, and he suggested another product called CodeRush. While I didn't find CodeRush as interesting as Visual Assist X, I was exploring their site and did come across something very interesting (and FREE!) - DXCore. DXCore is a free Visual Studio Plugin Framework provided by the developers of CodeRush. It allows you to easily write your own Visual Studio plugins without having to pay a lot of money for them. It appears to have excellent support for writing these plugins. Check it out...
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Do you have some documentation about Visual Studio Plugin Frameworks? I am starting to learn this, and didn't find to much info. Could you tell me some links?
I don't have any documentation, but you might try looking on Microsoft's MSDN Library site. It might have the documentation you need there. http://msdn.microsoft.com
CodeRush / RefactorPro / DXCore documentation can be found at http://www.devexpress.com