Visual Studio 2017 openFrameworks plugin
Allows to easily create new openFrameworks projects from inside Visual Studio 2017 and configure the addons in them.
For more info on how to use openFrameworks with Visual Studio, check the setup guide at http://openframeworks.cc/setup/vs
Note that the guide might refer to Visual Studio 2015, but the instructions also apply to Visual Studio 2017.
To develop this solution further, clone the repo and open /src/VSIXopenFrameworks.sln in Visual Studio.
Running the VSIXopenFrameworks project (right-click, Debug, or F5) will start the experimental version of Visual Studio, which will run having the Visual Studio Extension (vsix) already loaded.
If you are new to Visual Studio Extension, check the documentation at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/extensibility/starting-to-develop-visual-studio-extensions?view=vs-2017.
The project creator for Visual Studio 2015 is not from the Market Place, meaning it cannot be installed from Visual Studio Tools menu, Extensions and Updates, Online. If you are still using using VS 2015, you can manually installed the extension from https://github.com/openframeworks/visualstudioPlugin/tree/vs2015 and installing the VSIX file.