Internet Explorer is the world’s most popular browser which makes it a nice target for custom solutions.
Microsoft provides an IE SDK that attempts to provide you with guidance on how to create IE add-ons and build custom toolbars, menus, side bars, etc. The problem is that this SDK leaves you alone to fall into the potential pitfalls and doesn’t lend you a helping hand.
The Add-in Express for Internet Explorer and .NET toolset is there for you and does more than lend a hand by eliminating these pitfalls (our lead developer for this product, Sergey Grischenko, provides more details for IE developers). The result is developing Internet Explorer extensions with Add-in Express for IE is a truly RAD experience.
This sample video was captured in Visual Studio 2010 with Add-in Express for Internet Explorer and .NET.
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Video: How Add-in Express for Internet Explorer simplifies IE addon development
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