Getting Started

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Getting Started #3
After CodeStencil has been loaded, you will need to create a new project for your code generation. Navigate to: File | New | Project



Next, enter a name for the project



A project form is then created. Fill the required fields:
Project Name: The is pre-filled and disabled. This will be the Replacement string for the Expander - [%PROJECT_NAME%].
Default Namespace: This will be the Replacement string for the Expander - [%NAMESPACE%].
Organization: This will be the Replacement string for the Expander - [%ORGANIZATION_NAME%].
Organization Label: This will be the Replacement string for the Expander - [%ORGANIZATION_LABEL%].
Output Folder: This is the folder the generated code will be output
Stencil: This is the stencil that defines the logic of the code generation. By default, the ASP .NET Core is the only one installed.
Project Type: This is a tag to identify the type of project.

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