Interview with our team lead on the developer toolbox
Visual Scheduling Add-In Developer Toolbox - this is a very long name.
What does the structure of the "toolbox" look like?
Why is the toolbox unique and how did the idea come about?
Does working with the toolbox require a lot of training time?
Dieter: No, for the developers this should not be a problem. Anyone who wants to try the Visual Scheduling Add-In Developer Toolbox is welcome. They will receive a sample add-in that can in most cases be used as a basis for developing their own add-in. We provide a detailed documentation of the API and the functional scope as well as a short installation guide to make the start as easy as possible.
However, if someone needs support, we will always be happy to help and assist.
Thanks Dieter, for the insight into the structure of the toolbox.
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