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VSTO in Visual Studio 2010

One of the biggest hurdles with VSTO is deployment. As you probably know, the pre-requisites for running a VSTO app (even of the simplest Hello World variety) include: .NET Framework 3.5 Primary Interop Assemblies (PIAs) VSTO Runtime (Plus Office of course) Now, packaging these isn’t the issue, since the Visual Studio team have worked hard to make the ClickOnce process a simple and seamless...

SBTUG: This Wed 30 July 2008 – Demo Fest, Office Business Applications + VSTO

This Wednesday at the Sydney Business & Technology User Group (SBTUG) is looking really good with five demos scheduled. Yes, five! And I think we can still squeeze in one more if there’s anyone still undecided… When: This Wed 30 July 2008 Time: 6pm (until approx 8:30pm) Where: Microsoft, North Ryde Contact: Craig Bailey : 0413 489 388 Cost: Free (Pizza all provided) More details: www...

OBA: Office Business Applications resources

Following on from my overview of Office Business Applications, here’s a quick list of resources if you are interested in learning more. In general I feel that Microsoft has done a poor job of projecting a clear, consistent message about OBA. The result is a mess of various interlinking sites that offer only surface-level answers. Getting to the heart of the OBA vision is a difficult task. That...

CLARITY: Office Business Applications (OBA)

Office Business Applications is a term getting bandied about a fair bit these days. What is it exactly? Well, answers differ, and you’d be forgiven if you thought it was as simple as using Office to build Applications for use in Business. The purpose of this post is to try to get some simple high level understanding of OBAs. In later posts I’ll be digging into resources and also covering VSTO...

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