Citrix Developer Tooling

While SDKs and APIs are crucial to building a vibrant platform, we also believe that developers need tight integration with their existing workflow, more specifically tight integration into the developers tool of choice. We understand that the tools developers use to write and build code can be a personal preference. With that understanding and our dedication to developers we continue to build tools for our community to use. Whether you like the command line, nodeJS, Visual Studio or Visual Studio Code we've got you covered. Below are just a few of the developer tools we have available for you to use.

Open Source on Github

We try and make all of our samples and code extensions available on our organizational Github site. In addition to samples there are also other projects in our organization that you might find useful. If you're into open source or just want to see what we're up to, follow the link below over to our github site and let us know what you think.

View on presence on Github here or a full list of repositories here

IDE and Text Editor Extensions

Citrix Developer extension for Visual Studio 2015

Overview:

The Citrix Developer extension for Visual Studio contains a set of new project templates to help developer get started building almost ayn application targeting the Citrix platform and SDK. Samples range from Director plugins to Netscaler NITRO examples to complete storefront integrations, all in an easy to consume new prohect template. In addition to the new project templates, we also add a "Citrix Developer" menu item to the IDE that give you all Citrix developer resources in a single place.

Citrix Developer extension for Visual Studio 2017

Overview:

The Citrix Developer extension Is an update to the 2015 version that targets 2017 and contains a set of new project templates to help developer get started building almost ayn application targeting the Citrix platform and SDK. Samples range from Director plugins to Netscaler NITRO examples to complete storefront integrations, all in an easy to consume new prohect template. In addition to the new project templates, we also add a "Citrix Developer" menu item to the IDE that give you all Citrix developer resources in a single place.

Citrix Developer extension for Visual Studio Code

Overview:

The Citrix Developer extension for Visual Studio Code adds a new activity bar to the code interface that highlights Citrix SDK Documentation, our Github projects as well as community based scripts that might be useful you Citrix Developer and administrators. Along with this new activity bar there are a set of new "citrix:" based commands available from the Visual Studio Command Pallette that enable you to start new projects based on samples, pull down Citrix specific docker containers, etc. If you're a cross platform developer or just love Visual Studio code, like we do, grab this extension!