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The guidance automation toolkit is the evolution of the Visual Studio addins. With GAT you are going to be able to create common development tasks in a fully automated way.

Basically you create a Guidance Package that is composed of recipes, templates and wizards that it will help you to create solutions in a consistent way.

GAT is composed of two mayor components: Guidance Automation Extension (the runtime) and the Guidance Automation Toolkit (the toolkit that you use to create your Guidance Packages).

Requirements:

Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2

Getting started:

You have to download the Guidance Automation Extension and the Guidance Automation Toolkit.

http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/teamsystem/workshop/gat/download.aspx

Useful links:

http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/teamsystem/workshop/gat/intro.aspx

http://www.guidanceautomation.net/

Guidance Automation Toolkit Hands on Lab: http://guidanceautomation.net/library/View.aspx?Id=7

In the following articles I am going to explain the principal components of a GAT Package and I will provide some examples.

Posted on Friday, August 12, 2005 12:32 AM GAT | Back to top


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