ASNA WingsRPG™ Reference Manual

Walkthrough Step 4 - Start Visual Studio

Start Visual Studio

Wings is integrated into Visual Studio 2019 (Any references in this documentation to Visual Studio refers to Visual Studio 2019), so to use Wings start Visual Studio. You won't initially need to write any code in Visual Studio to use Wings—initially Visual Studio is simply used as the host for Wings' point-and-click DDS import facility. Later, if you extend or enhance your displays, then you'll probably write code (such as ASNA Visual RPG, C#, or VB) with Visual Studio.

Visual Studio can be accessed in a variety of ways:

Figure 4-1.

This starts Visual Studio as shown in Figure 4-2 below.


Figure 4-2.

Visual Studio is extremely configurable, so your Visual Studio screens may not look exactly like the ones shown in the walkthrough. Don't worry about minor differences; if it's important, we'll discuss it.

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