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Short for Alchemy4Tridion, A4T is a Tridion eXtension which allows for the one-click install of a number of Tridion plugins and provides a framework with which to build these plugins.

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What I'd do: add your JS and CSS files inside Static->Scrips and Static->Styles respectivly. It's a fixed structure in Alchemy. Create a resource group object extending the ResourceGroup base class. …
answered Oct 19 '15 by Saurabh Gangwar
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To my knowledge, plugin settings are only available on Controllers and JS Resource files. Alchemy Controllers are inherited from the class AlchemyApiController and since Plugin property is defined in …
answered Nov 3 by Saurabh Gangwar
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To use backslashes you can use Regular Expressions in Route attribute as explained here. I am assuming description could be blank and don't have backslash in it. Please try something like below: [ …
answered Dec 2 '15 by Saurabh Gangwar
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: Download the Developer pack from visual studio gallery. Create a demo project selecting "Starter Plugin Project" template. Build the project (without any changes) and navigate to the generated .a4t file …
answered Feb 9 '16 by Saurabh Gangwar