I wanted to bring to your attention the following links for those of you who would like to keep up with activities regarding the Solid Edge Developer Community. I've been very busy over the past several months getting everything setup and am just now getting to a point where I'm ready to start blogging a lot and making lots of videos.
For those of you who follow me on YouTube, please note that I have created a new YouTube channel that focuses exclusively on custom programming. I also tweet when I post a blog or video so that's another good way to keep up.
My goal, as always, it to reach as many people as possible. You can help by subscribing to my YouTube channel, favoriting my videos (only if you like them of course), retweeting\favoriting my tweets and mentioning my blogs posts when you get the chance. Thank you all for the help.
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Solid Edge Developer Blog RSS (for you RSS junkies)
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Thanks Jason. Can you kindly point the link to (keeping the text same)
which is a good starting point for navigating to all other areas of the site.
Jason, is it plausible for you have a version of Interop.SolidEdge that is compatible with Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps in the future. Was thinking of doing some revision manager API stuff in a windows 10 app but not sure if it even possible!
Good question and one that I'm not up-to-speed on enough to even answer at this point. If I may suggest, please create a new thread on this topic here in the forum so that we can continue the discussion.
Added C# & Visual Basic sections. Specifically, I have ran into new language features recently that I was previously unaware of so I wanted to capture the links for future reference. Good stuff.
I tried to install Solid Edge Community Templates on Windows 10, but the VS2013 Ultimate Extensions and Updates installer keeps failing with a message
The extension requires a version of the .NET Framework that is not installed
I tried to install it from Microsoft Visual Studio Gallery running the vsix file with same result.
The installed Framework version is above 4.6 , the id from the registry to the version is 394802
I was able to install it modifing the extensions.vsixmanifest file following this instructions
First I downloaded the VSIX file from https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/fd1
Then I changed the vsix extension to zip
I unzipped it and opened extension.vsixmanifest
I searched and found the Dependencies line and changed the Framework version to Version="[4.5,)"
Repacked everything as zip, renamed it to vsix and installed it.