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Project Templates in Visual Studio 2015

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Welcome I am James Sturtevant (@aspenwilder).

Today, we are going to take a look at how to create projects using Visual Studio Templates.  Visual Studio templates are great because the do the scaffolding of projects for us so we don't have to write the boiler plate code.  They also help us set up our project in a familiar format each time, whether that be a best practice or a team standard, allowing us to be consistent across projects.

We will start in the file menu, where we can create new projects.  Most of the time, the easiest way is through the new project dialog. As I can get to most things there, I almost never choose the other options here.  So let's start there.

Once the dialog is open we will see a variety of options.  We are most interested in templates as we want to start a brand new project.  By clicking on the C# node we can see all the project templates that are available to us in the C# language.  But that is not the only templtes we have access to.  If you're game developer you can get templates for Unity, and there is also F#, Javascript, Python and many more. 

At the top you can sort your projects by the .net frame work if you using .NET project template types and you can also search for templates by name.  This is very handy if you know the exact template you want but are not sure where it lives.  For instance if I type console I will get a list of all types of console projects I have access to including Azure WebJob console project template.

The next cool feature in this dialog is the samples.  If you haven't installed any yet you may not see any listed.  These are great for learning a new library or framework.  You can see a sample on how to program in C# or a full end to end asp.net sample. 

 So far I have only shown you the out of the box templates that ship with visual studio but there are thousands of other templates and samples made available by the community.  Here you will find templates for everything from IoT Projects to react.js starter kits.  You can also find samples on how to accomplish specific tasks such as how to make a transparent bitmap in F#.

Let's create our first project using a template.  Because I am a ASP.NET geek we will create a new web project.  you can rename your project and also change where it lives.  Visual studio creates a solution file for the project and groups all projects together.  This allows you to keep code in separate libraries but edit them under one roof.  You also can automatically add the project to source control, which is always a good idea.

This screen is a great example of the wizards that project templates can have.  They allow the template to gather just a bit more information about what you are building so they can set it up in the best way possible.  As you can see here they can be quite complex.  I'm going to add a unit test project to my solution as testing is always a good idea.  I could also auto deploy to azure right through this wizard.

And Visual studio is off create our project for us.  This takes a few second and since this is the first project we have created we are prompted to select our favorite version control.  I am going to choose git.  As you can see if scolded out a ton of files and folders for us in the solution folder.  If we open up the folder where the project is created you can see the solution structure and also how VS created a git project for us including a .gitignore.

Most of the templates you use will be functional right tout of the box.  As you can see when I launch the website I get a MVC website that has place holders for me to get started!

And now we have created our first Visual Studio project.  As you can see it is very easy to get started with new projects and there are plenty of ways to get new template types for any project you work on whether it is C#, Python, node.js, etc.   We didn't have time to cover it today but you can also create your own templates, which is very powerful.  Check back later for a video on how to create your own. We will see you next time when we over how to install extensions.   Leave any comments or feedback, especially around topics you want to see.  Happy Coding!

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How to: Create project templates

This topic shows you how to create a template using the Export Template Wizard, which packages your template in a .zip file.

Use the Export Template Wizard

  1. Create a project.

    Note

    Use only valid identifier characters when naming a project that will be the source for a template. Otherwise, compilation errors can occur in projects that are created from the template. For more information about valid identifier characters, see Declared element names (Visual Basic) or Identifiers (C++). Alternatively, you can use Template parameters to use "safe" names for classes and namespaces.

  2. Edit the project until it is ready to be exported as a template. For example, you might want to edit code files to indicate where parameter replacement should take place. See How to: Substitute parameters in a template.

  3. On the Project menu, choose Export Template.

    The Export Template Wizard opens.

  4. On the Choose Template Type page, select Project Template. Select the project you want to export to a template, and then choose Next.

  1. On the Select Template Options page, enter a name and optional description, icon, and preview image for your template. These items will appear in the New Project dialog box. Choose Finish.

    The project is exported into a .zip file and placed in the specified output location, and, if selected, imported into Visual Studio.

To find your template in the New Project dialog box, expand Installed and then expand the category that corresponds to the element in the .vstemplate file. For example, a .vstemplate file that contains appears under Installed > Visual C#, by default. You can organize your template into a subdirectory of the project type just by creating a folder in that directory and placing your template's .zip file in it. For more information, see How to: Locate and organize templates.

  1. On the Select Template Options page, enter a name and optional description, icon, and preview image for your template. These items will appear in the dialog box where you create a new project. Choose Finish.

    The project is exported into a .zip file and placed in the specified output location, and, if selected, imported into Visual Studio.

To find your template in the dialog box where you create a new project, search for it by name or scroll through the list. (Filtering based on language or project type is not currently possible for user templates.)

Other ways to create project templates

You can create project templates manually by gathering the files that constitute the project into a folder and creating a .vstemplate XML file with the appropriate metadata. For more information, see How to: Manually create web templates.

If you have the Visual Studio SDK installed, you can wrap the finished template in a VSIX file for deployment by using the VSIX Project template. For more information, see Get started with the VSIX project template.

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How to: Locate and organize project and item templates

Template files must be placed in a known location in order for them to be shown in the new project and new item dialog boxes..

You can also create custom subcategories in the user template location, and the categories are shown in the New Project and Add New Item dialog boxes.

Locate templates

Installed templates and user templates are stored in two different locations.

Installed templates

By default, templates installed with Visual Studio are located in:

  • %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\<edition>\Common7\IDE\ProjectTemplates\<Language>\<Locale ID>

  • %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\<edition>\Common7\IDE\ItemTemplates\<Language>\<Locale ID>

For example, the following directory has the Visual Basic item templates for English (LCID 1033):

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\Community\Common7\IDE\ItemTemplates\VisualBasic\1033

  • %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Visual Studio\2019\<edition>\Common7\IDE\ProjectTemplates\<Language>\<Locale ID>

  • %ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Visual Studio\2019\<edition>\Common7\IDE\ItemTemplates\<Language>\<Locale ID>

For example, the following directory has the Visual Basic item templates for English (LCID 1033):

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2019\Community\Common7\IDE\ItemTemplates\VisualBasic\1033

User templates

If you add a compressed (.zip) file that includes a .vstemplate file to the user template directory, the template appears in the new project and new item dialog boxes. By default, user templates are located in:

  • %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Visual Studio 2017\Templates\ProjectTemplates

  • %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Visual Studio 2017\Templates\ItemTemplates

For example, the following directory has user project templates for C#:

  • C:\Users\UserName\Documents\Visual Studio 2017\Templates\ProjectTemplates\Visual C#
  • %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Visual Studio 2019\Templates\ProjectTemplates

  • %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Visual Studio 2019\Templates\ItemTemplates

For example, the following directory has user project templates for C#:

  • C:\Users\UserName\Documents\Visual Studio 2019\Templates\ProjectTemplates\Visual C#

Tip

You can change the known location for user templates in Tools > Options > Projects and Solutions > Locations.

Organize templates

The categories in the New Project and Add New Item dialog boxes reflect the directory structures that exist in the installed template and user template locations. User templates can be organized into their own categories by adding new folders to the user template directory. The New Project and Add New Item dialog boxes show any changes you make to your user template categories.

Note

You cannot create a new category at the programming language level. New categories can only be created within each language.

Create new user project template categories

  1. Create a folder in the programming language folder in the user project template directory. For example, to establish a HelloWorld category for C# project templates, create the following directory:

    • %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Visual Studio <Version>\Templates\ProjectTemplates\Visual C#\HelloWorld
  2. Place all the templates for this category in the new folder.

  3. On the File menu, choose New > Project.

    The HelloWorld category appears in the New Project dialog box, under Installed > Visual C#.

Create new user item template categories

  1. Create a folder in the programming language folder in the user item template directory. For example, to establish a HelloWorld category for C# item templates, create the following directory:

    • %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Visual Studio <Version>\Templates\ItemTemplates\Visual C#\HelloWorld
  2. Place all the templates for this category in the new folder.

  3. Create a project or open an existing project. Then, on the Project menu, choose Add New Item.

    The HelloWorld category appears in the Add New Item dialog box, under Installed > Visual C# Items.

Display templates in parent categories

You can enable templates in subcategories to be displayed in their parent categories by using the element in the .vstemplate file. These steps are the same for project templates and item templates.

  1. Locate the .zip file that contains the template.

  2. Extract the .zip file.

  3. Open the .vstemplate file in Visual Studio.

  4. In the element, add a element. For example, the following code makes the template visible in the parent category, but no higher.

  5. Save and close the .vstemplate file.

  6. Select the files in your template, right-click the selection, and choose Send to > Compressed (zipped) folder.

    The files are compressed into a .zip file.

  7. Delete the extracted template files and the old template .zip file.

  8. Put the new .zip file in the directory that had the deleted .zip file.

See also

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Visual Studio 2015 Item Templates

Project and item templates

Project and item templates provide reusable stubs that give users some basic code and structure, that they can customize for their own purposes.

Visual Studio templates

A number of predefined project and item templates are installed with Visual Studio. These templates, such as the ASP.NET Web Application and Class Library templates, are available to choose from when you create a new project. Item templates, such as code files, XML files, HTML pages, and Style Sheets, appear in the Add New Item window.

These templates provide a starting point for users to begin creating projects, or to expand existing projects. Project templates provide the files that are required for a particular project type, include standard assembly references, and set default project properties and compiler options. Item templates can range in complexity from a single empty file that has a certain file extension, to multiple source code files with stub code, designer information files, and embedded resources.

You can use installed templates, author your own custom templates, or download and use templates created by the community. For more information, see How to: Create project templates and How to: Create item templates.

Contents of a template

All project and item templates, whether installed with Visual Studio or created by you, function using the same principles and have similar contents. All templates contain the following items:

  • The files to be created when the template is used. These files include source code files, embedded resources, project files, and so on.
  • A .vstemplate file, which contains the metadata needed to create a project or item from the template and to display the template in the New Project and Add New Item windows.
  • A .vstemplate file, which contains the metadata needed to create a project or item from the template and to display the template on the Create a new project page or in the Add New Item dialog box.

For more information about .vstemplate files, see Template tags and Template parameters.

When these files are compressed into a .zip file and put in the correct folder, Visual Studio automatically displays them in the following places:

  • Project templates appear in the New Project window.
  • Project templates appear on the Create a new project page.
  • Item templates appear in the Add New Item window.

For more information about template folders, see How to: Locate and organize templates.

See also

Sours: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/ide/creating-project-and-item-templates

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