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Directions US Presentation and Files

Thanks to everybody who attended my session at Directions US in San Diego today. It was a pleasure to deliver it, and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. It surely would have been much better if I were not running some kind of a flu, but I won’t complain.

As promised, I am making all the content from the presentation available for download from my blog, so please feel free to download any of it, and (ab)use it in your real-life projects.

First of all, here’s the Visual Studio 2013 template I created to simplify creation of new control add-in projects based on JavaScript. Click here to download it. To install this template, simply copy the zip file into your x:\Users\<your user name>\Documents\Visual Studio 2013\Templates\ProjectTemplates folder and it will appear in your New Project wizard like this:


The next is the code for the HTMLButton and the Colored Text Box controls. Click here to download these two. As I said, it comes as-is, including all the bugs that prevented nice and smooth demos during the presentation.

Also, here’s the fob file for all the NAV objects that I modifed during the presentation. Click here to download the zipped fob file. Please note that the fob is for NAV 2015. Also, the QR Code demo that I showed uses a commercial version of the Kendo UI, so I cannot provide the source code for it, sorry. However, using all the stuff that I give you in this post, and following the QR Code demo from the Kendo UI webpage, you should be able to repeat the same functionality on your own machine.

Last, but not least, I’ve reused stuff from my two earlier blog posts, so I am referring to those two here:

Once again, thanks for attending, for the questions and for your support. If you need any help with any of these, or with anything else, please drop me a note.


Vjeko has been writing code for living since 1995, and he has shared his knowledge and experience in presentations, articles, blogs, and elsewhere since 2002. Hopelessly curious, passionate about technology, avid language learner no matter human or computer.

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