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Feature Builder – ‘The Book’

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One of the really cool things about Feature Builder is that the guidance documentation also opens up inside VS and is available as you build extensions. However, this can also be limiting sometimes. If you want to just read through the material end to end to get a feel for the product or need a quick reference (or prefer a hardcopy) then the VS channel doesnt help. 

Michael Lehman has provided an ‘offline’ documentation PDF which we have  now made available at the Feature Builder Contrib workspace.  Do note that this is a compilation of the guidance that unfolds inside VS so the hyperlinks wont work. This is just meant to be a ‘ready reference’ and not to replace the in-product guidance. We will try to update it for each release.

Check it out and send us feedback and also let us know what other content would be useful. As you use FB and FBContrib, if you would like to contribute any ‘User Notes’ (like the MSDN Community Content) with tips etc, then please do send that to us on the Contrib workspace and we will add it to the documentation.

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Written by santoshbenjamin

September 17, 2010 at 8:49 AM

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  1. Thanks Benji!

    If while using Feature Builder, you have any ideas, request, or suggestions related to Feature Builder, please send them me directly at michael-dot-lehman-at-microsoft.com

    = Michael

    Michael Lehman

    September 18, 2010 at 5:15 AM


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