Documentation for Extensions + Naming Convensions

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  1. James Bridgeford
    James Bridgeford avatar
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    Jun 2012

    Posted 20 Jun 2012 Link to this post

    I've been searching for quite some time, but have been unable to find any really good documentation on Extensions for JustCode.  Am I missing something or is this really the only documentation you have for Extensions?  

    Also, for naming conventions.  We have a rule that Generic Types need to be Prefaced with a T, but types like classes should not be.  I've went into the options and went over the naming conventions, but I can find no mention of Generics.  If I set the Type to force a T it will give me a warning for class names aswell.  Also we have a rule that Parameter names are to be Pascal case, but LINQ statements should be camel case.  I cannot differentiate the two with the current naming conventions, so when ever I type a linq statment it asks me to uppercase my letters.  EX:  doing a .where(x => x.Property)  would ask me to capitalize the X.  Can we get more robust naming convensions?  or is there some way i can tell just code to act differently upon each of these instances? 
  2. Stuart Hemming
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    Jul 2004

    Posted 21 Jun 2012 Link to this post

    James, I recently raised a similar point about naming conventions and lambda expressions.

    Telerik say that it is on their to-do list.

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  4. Zdravko
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    Posted 25 Jun 2012 Link to this post


     Thanks for contacting us.
    I regret to say that this is the only information we provide about JustCode extensions so far. But as you see, there are some nice example templates. However, we have a plan to improve our documentation in the future.

    Regarding to the naming conventions, they are also a part of our future plans to improve JustCode functionality.
    Please, stay tuned for our future releases.

    Kind regards,
    the Telerik team

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