Visual Studio Integration
This article describes Visual Studio tools that help you create a new DevExtreme ASP.NET MVC application or add resources required by DevExtreme ASP.NET MVC Wrappers to a standard ASP.NET MVC application.
DevExtreme ASP.NET MVC Wrappers offer the following project templates.
|Template||Where to find|
|ASP.NET MVC 5 Application (Visual C#)||DevExtreme
Visual C# | Web
|ASP.NET MVC 5 Application (Visual Basic)||DevExtreme
Visual Basic | Web
|ASP.NET Core Application (Visual C#)||DevExtreme
Visual C# | Web
Visual C# | .NET Core
Each template includes (or automatically restores) all the needed scripts and libraries, and gives an example of configuring a widget using DevExtreme ASP.NET MVC Wrappers.
Add the Required Resources to Your Project
To add resources required by DevExtreme ASP.NET MVC Wrappers to your project, follow these steps.
- Open your project in Visual Studio. See Environment and Requirements for information on supported Visual Studio versions.
Right-click your project in the Solution Explorer window and select Add DevExtreme to the Project on the menu.
In the appeared dialog box, click OK.
Wait a few seconds while DevExtreme and its dependencies are being added. At that time, you can follow the log of this process in the Output window.
A success message concluding the log means that all is set up for you to start using DevExtreme ASP.NET MVC Wrappers in your project. If any issues appear during the process, address them by following the messages in the Output window. After that, repeat the steps above starting from step 2.