My light weight IDE is updated… The download link is always: www.windowscpp.com/Appz/VSDemo.zip
The source code is on GitHub : https://github.com/ChristophePichaud/VSDemo
You can build the source code and run the program. The code is compiled using Roslyn compiler which is shipped into the package.
For the January 2018 edition of the french magazine Programmez, I have written an article about building an IDE with open-source project Scintilla and Roslyn, the Microsoft C# compiler. My goal is that my daughter Lisa, 12 ans, can begin learning software development on it. The code is available on GitHub: https://github.com/ChristophePichaud/VSDemo
“Open Folder” is the best feature of the IDE:
But if you want more comfort, check Enable Full-Screen :
All of the magic is done by the MFC framework. It’s beautiful and cool. :)
Look at that:
It’s an important feature to have software’s adoption.
For the december edition of programmez n°213, I have written an article and developped an IDE using MFC and C++.
This week, I will deliver 5 days about a hot session on C++ Windows Programming using MFC.
Goal: plan to migrate a Win32 C messages app to a MFC app with Ribbon, Properties Grid and more.
I have made some improvments to the Visual Studio Demo App. The Scintilla MFC wrappers from naughter.com are used. Stay tuned…