I'm going to write some programs for getting info out of parts (hole locations). After having done absolutely zero programming with SolidWorks/API for a few years I have installed Visual Studio 2017 Community edition, but time has progressed so much that I'm not sure how to commence.
In the past I made a lot of macro's and also some VB.NET programs, with success. For now I'd like to use C#, but that's not mandatory.
Historically I'd copy an example from the Solidworks API Help (like 2017 SOLIDWORKS API Help - Get and Add Sketch Points in Hole Wizard Feature Example (C#) ) and expand on that. But creating a project I see so many templates (Windows Univeral (with blank app, class library, etc), Classic desktop, web, .NET Core etc etc) that I'm not sure on how to commence.
Since I'm a bit rusty... Can someone point me in the right direction so I can get up to speed?
Which C# template should I use to get me a standalone application for starters?
Where do I add the code I want to use?