Download and explore GroupDocs.Conversion libraries and examples source code from within Visual Studio

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GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET Visual Studio plugin provides an easiest way to download and compile GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET source code examples. It reduces the time and efforts required to locate source code examples from Github or the GroupDocs.Conversion library from different NuGet. The plugin performs all the tasks required to try out GroupDocs.Conversion examples automatically. All you have to do is: Install the plugin and launch the wizard installed by the plugin. Once the wizard completes its processing, you can try CSharp or VB.NET source code examples from within Visual Studio without leaving the IDE.

Features

  • Appears in File menu in Visual Studio.
  • Downloads source code automatically.
  • Downloads GroupDocs.Conversion library automatically.
  • Adds assembly reference automatically.
  • Provides both C# and VB examples.
  • Supports Visual Studio 2010, 2012 and 2013.
  • Opens project in few steps.
  • Easy to use.
  • Saves time and reduces effort.

Download

Visual Studio Plugin for GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET Examples is available for download from following platforms.

Installation and Usage

Installation of Visual Studio Plugin for GroupDocs.Converion Examples is very easy and simple. User just needs to download MSI file and run it. After finishing the installation, plugin will be integrated with Visual Studio and appear in File menu.

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Contribute

Visual Studio Plugin for GroupDocs.Conversion for .NET examples is open source and available for download. Developers can download it and get help to understand its working and extend its functionality. Following are the places from where source code can be downloaded.

Feedback

As always, you are welcome to share your feedback to improve this product. We will be happy to know your thoughts. Just create a forum thread and our dedicated support team will be there to respond.

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