Debugging JavaScript Add-Ins within Expression Web 4 from Visual Studio

Any add-in Author creating Expression Web 4 add-ins should be using the tools we have released to assist in development. One such tool is the Extensibility tester, that allows you to evaluate expressions and display return values from API calls, as well as displaying errors and events fired. Quite helpful. Another, the add-in builder, that builds out…

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Expression Web and Windows Mobile 7 Emulator

Just finished V 0.5 (Beta) of the Expression Web Windows Mobile Phone emulator integration. Expression Web now has the ability to seamlessly preview created pages right on Mobile Internet Explorer within the emulator. With full interactivity you will be able to preview your web page and web site as it will appear on Windows Mobile 7…

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Calling managed code from Expression Web 4 HTMLJS Extensibility Add-Ins

A few folks have asked how to call managed code from the HTML\JavaScript extensibility layer within Expression Web 4. Hope this helps! John 1. Create a c# Class library project in Visual Studio, for this sample call it ‘web’ 2. mark the class as ComVisible namespace web{    [ComVisible(true)]    public class Class1    {    }} 3. This…

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SlapShot for Expression Web 4

SlapShot is a new extension written for Expression Web 4. For those of you who already use the SnapShot panel (a feature that debuted in Expression Web 3), you will feel right at home with SlapShot. For those of you who haven’t yet used SnapShot (or who need a quick refresher course), SnapShot is a…

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