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Extending the UI of Subtext with Plugins

Today I published the 3rd article for Subtext plugin SDK quickstart documentation: Create a custom settings page. This article explains how to write a web user control to collect data for the configuration of the plugin. Here is the toc: Create a Settings page Load and store settings Installing the plugin What’s next Now that the plugin framework API are pretty stable you can start write plugins for Subtext and help us with your feedback about the API. So, go and grab the latest code from SVN, read the Quick Start guide, write your plugin, if you have problem...

How to persist settings in a Subtext plugin

Almost one week after the Introduction to Subtext plugins, I just added to the subtextplugins website a new document: How to mange plugin settings. This article explains the differences between the 3 types of settings available to a plugin and how to read and write them. Here is the ToC: Introduction Settings available to the plugin How to read and write settings Application-wide settings Blog Settings Entry Settings What's next Next article will explain how to add to the setting page inside Subtext admin a panel to collect settings from the blog author. Technorati tags: Subtext, Plugin, Red...

How to write your first SubText plugin

Less then a week after the official announcement of the SubtextPlugins website, today I added the first tutorial on writing a Subtext Plugin. The first document covers the basics of building a Subtext plugin. This the TOC of the article: Introduction to Subtext Plugins How to develop a plugin for Subtext Download and install the latest Subtext v2.0 Create a new VS project Extend PluginBase...

Subtext Plugin Framework aka Red Moon: web site is online

One month ago a new Red Moon was rising... Red Moon is the codename for one of the most important new feature in Subtext "Poseidon": Plugin Framework. Today the official web site went online: subtextplugins.com At the moment there are not many information on the site, but I'm planning to add some docs in the next week. Just a quick overview on the Plugin Framework: the plugin model is event based like HttpModules and Community Server plugins plugin can store their own settings on the DB, both for a per-blog and per-entry basis for the first release, plugins must...