I'm unable to install the extension. When the installer fails, the log contains this message:
Microsoft.VisualStudio.ExtensionManager.MissingTargetFrameworkException: The extension 'Modern UI for WPF Templates' requires a version of the .NET Framework that is not installed.
I'm running Visual Studio 2013 Professional (Update 4) with .NET Framework 4.6 installed.
Which version of the framework is required?
Doesn't exist, the templates are for C# with .NET 4.5 and up. I think you can use ModernUI for WPF with c++, but you can't use these templates. Manually creating ModernUI apps is documented here -> https://github.com/firstfloorsoftware/mui/wiki/Getting-started-without-templates
So I really want to use this for my CIS program. I fell in love with it when I was testing it out. The problem I run into is that my target computers, only have .NET 4.0 and I've talked to their Tech Support Ground (TSG) and asked if they were going to go .NET 4.5. They couldn't give me an answer so I'm stuck with .NET 4. I was wondering if there was a way to make this work with 4.0 OR where I could get an older edition that supports .NET 4.0.
Modern UI for WPF does support .NET 4, it's just that the templates for Visual Studio are for .NET 4.5 and up. If you do need .NET 4, you can manually create a Modern UI app as is documented here -> https://github.com/firstfloorsoftware/mui/wiki/Getting-started-without-templates
I am using Modern UI via nuget.
Unfortunately its not working for me. In a brand new Modern UI app - untouched, I try to run the application and I get the following exception in build:
Error 1 The type or namespace name 'App' does not exist in the namespace 'FirstFloor.ModernUI' (are you missing an assembly reference?) C:\xrnd\SmsGate\v1.0\xrnd.SmsGate\xrnd.SmsGate.SmsGateApp\
Assembly is added correctly, i have tried multiple machines and uninstalling / reinstalling package via nuget.
Can you help?
I am using VS2012 Express for Desktop on Win7. If I run this download, It tells me that I have nothing installed that can be updated. If I go into nuget and look for the package that way, I do not see it. Can anyone point me in the right direction?