Creating Your Visual Studio Solution | Traditional Synergy in Visual Studio 1
If you are a Synergy developer new to Visual Studio you won't want to miss this series. This introductory video will help you to understand how to navigate some of the windows within Visual Studio and learn some common Visual Studio vocabulary. Jump to 2:30 to discover the difference between a solution and a project or to 3:12 to learn how to build your program.
Using the Repository Project Template | Traditional Synergy in Visual Studio 2
If you are a Synergy developer (.NET or traditional) new to Visual Studio you won't want to miss this video that discusses the repository project template. Jump to 1:24 to discover how to use an existing repository in your project or to 2:27 to learn the different ways to build your repository project from a scheme file. At 3:32 we'll show you how to connect your repository project to the mainline program.
For more information on using Synergy/DE repositories in Visual Studio, check out our documentation here: http://docs.synergyde.com/#vs/gsChap10Repositories.htm
You can always find more information specific to Visual Studio here: https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/
Using the ELB Project Template | Traditional Synergy in Visual Studio 3
If you are a traditional Synergy developer new to Visual Studio you won't want to miss this video that discusses the executable library (ELB) project template. At 1:30 we'll show you how to reference your ELB project from a DBR project then at 2:16 you'll learn about StartUp Project settings.
You can find more information about StartUp Projects in Visual Studio here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/a1awth7y.aspx
For more on referencing Synergy DBL executable libraries in Visual Studio you can peruse our online documentation: http://docs.synergyde.com/index.htm#vs/gsChap10Referencingelbolb.htm
Using the OLB Project Template | Traditional Synergy in Visual Studio 4
Are you a Synergy developer new to Visual Studio? Check out this video to learn more about the Object Library (OLB) project template. We'll start by explaining some difference between an OLB and an ELB, then at 0:50 we'll add an OLB to our solution. At 2:03 we'll discuss using OLBs and ELBs together.
To learn more about referencing Synergy DBL object libraries in Visual Studio you can peruse our online documentation: http://docs.synergyde.com/index.htm#vs/gsChap10Referencingelbolb.htm
Using the Multiple Mainline Project Template | Traditional Synergy in Visual Studio 5
Get to know the multiple mainline project template available to Synergy developers in Visual Studio. We'll explain the differences between a DBR project and a multiple mainline project at 0:42. Then at 0:58, we'll discuss linking ELB and OLB projects to a multiple mainline project. We'll demonstrate setting a startup project (At 1:55) and startup object (at 2:14).
To learn more you can peruse our online documentation: http://docs.synergyde.com/index.htm#vs/SynergyTemplatesProject.htm#TraditionalSynergyprojecttemplates
Top Tips for Using Visual Studio | Synergy/DE
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2018: Capitalize on your development in Visual Studio. Stay in the know, and discover how the latest improvements and development techniques can increase your productivity and reduce build times. Marty Lewis has made sure that this session will be relevant for Windows, Unix, and OpenVMS users alike.
Using XML Documentation Comments to Improve Intellisense | Quick Tips
If you'd like to improve your Intellisense experience while documenting your Synergy DBL code, you may be interested in using XML documentation comments. These types of documentation comments are available in traditional Synergy though they have enhanced capabilities in Synergy .NET. Check out this discussion in Synergy Community that inspired the video:
Using the C# to DBL Code and Solution Converters in Visual Studio | Quick Tips
Have you ever had some code, or even a whole solution, written in C# that you wanted to convert to Synergy DBL? Check out this video to learn how to use the C# to DBL code and solution converters in Visual Studio to do just that.
Learn more about Synergy DBL Integration for Visual Studio (SDI) features here: http://docs.synergyde.com/index.htm#vs/gsChap10Features.htm
You can find the calculator code here: https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Simple-Calculator-d1d8cf4c
Using the Configuration Manager in Visual Studio | Quick Tips
Are you looking for a way to decrease your build time of Synergy projects during development in Visual Studio? Watch this to learn how to configure build settings for each project within your solution.
Debugging Synergy Code in Visual Studio | Synergy/DE
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2017: Bugs happen; it’s a fact of programmer life. Jeff Greene covers some new features in the traditional Synergy in Visual Studio debugger. Additionally, he walks through some existing features and helps guide you to more effective bug extermination in both traditional Synergy and Synergy .NET.
Debugging traditional Synergy with Visual Studio:
Debugging Synergy .NET Code:
Remote Debugging in Visual Studio:
14:12 Traditional Debugging
Developing Synergy Code in Visual Studio | Synergy/DE
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2017: Visual Studio now provides the premier integrated development environment for all types of Synergy development. Marty Lewis introduces and demonstrates the latest and greatest Visual Studio features that can help Synergy developers reach new levels of productivity and code quality.
Traditional Synergy in Visual Studio: The Journey | Synergy/DE
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2017: Microsoft’s Visual Studio provides a modern and powerful development environment for developing traditional Synergy code. Richard Morris shows you the steps involved and some potential issues when moving your code from Workbench to Visual Studio to help you get started on your journey to a higher level developer experience.
9:08 Ways to move Development into Visual Studio
14:25 Steps to get the best experience in Visual Studio
Visual Studio Features and Beyond | Synergy/DE
In this presentation, Synergex's Marty Lewis and Jeff Greene explore some of the great new features in Visual Studio and explain how you can use them when developing Synergy applications. The webinar was originally recorded on October 25th, 2016.
The presentation mentioned in the final slide can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lpjyqvk6l9s&list=PLP_Ryl6KlCA1Pmbbu1Q3dONWRExoN-WXA&index=12
Traditional Synergy Development in Visual Studio | Synergy/DE
Synergex DevPartner Conference 2016: A significant feature of version 10.3.3 of Synergy/DE is the ability to use Microsoft’s Visual Studio IDE to develop and build your traditional Synergy (DBR) applications in addition to any .NET applications you may have. This workshop, led by Steve Ives, gave developers the chance to try it out for real, with their own code!
Traditional Synergy in Visual Studio & Migrating from Workbench | Synergy/DE
Synergex DevPartner Conference 2016: Are you using Workbench to write traditional Synergy code? Want to move to Microsoft Visual Studio but aren't sure where to start? This session presented by Marty Lewis and Jeff Greene focuses on making the transition from Workbench to Visual Studio, including tips on how to perform familiar Workbench functions in the Visual Studio environment. You will be in awe of the new capabilities available to the traditional Synergy developer.