There are several updates with 2.2.
The Foliotek Visual Studio Start Page was originally intended for use within our development team, and that was it. It proved to be so useful that we thought other teams could benefit from the tool as well.
Here is the full write up and startup guide, if you're interested in learning more. You will need to read the blog post on how to get the start page up and running. There is an XML file that you will need for the start page to even begin working.
It's built around the Feature Driven Development (FDD) model, but can also work with any other development cycle.
At it's base level, it's simply a tool to streamline the hassles of creating IIS entries, attaching those to svn branches, and integrating that all with Visual Studio. It has a lot more little features, and we encourage you to try it out to see how it improves your development cycle.
We're open to any suggestions for improvements, or features you would like to see.
Upgrading to allow for Visual Studio 2012 support.
In the works...
We've got some setting pages set up, and mostly working. This would improve the process of getting the start page set up. It would also allow for changing settings for projects easier. Hopefully we'll get some time to get that ironed out and send that out to see if it helps people.