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Getting Started with Domain-Specific Languages 

By using Domain-Specific Language Tools, you can create a custom graphical designer that uses your domain-specific diagram notation. You can then create custom text templates that use models created in your designer to generate source code and other files. This section contains key conceptual information about Domain-Specific Language Tools that is important to understand before you use the tools. It also contains a How Do I section as a jump start into using the tools, together with a guide for the various samples that are included.

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Overviews (Domain-Specific Language Tools)

Contains topics that cover fundamental concepts and terminology for Domain-Specific Language Tools.

Supported Visual Studio Editions for Domain-Specific Language Tools

Lists the Visual Studio editions for which Domain-Specific Language Tools is supported.

How Do I in Domain-Specific Language Tools

Lists common tasks that serve as a road map for using d.

Samples for Domain-Specific Language Tools

Lists the samples that are included with Domain-Specific Language Tools.

Related Sections

Creating Domain-Specific Language Solutions

Describes the solution templates that you can use to create different types of domain-specific language solutions with Domain-Specific Language Tools.

Domain-Specific Language Tools Glossary

Defines key terms that are used in the Help for Domain-Specific Language Tools.

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