Updating intellisense ze
Jeff King from the Web Tools team wrote up a great post earlier this week that answers a number of common questions about how Java Script intellisense works with VS 2008. One trick he talks about which I'll show here is a technique you can use when you want to have Java Script intellisense work within user-controls/partials (files).
Often you don't want to include a Java Script library reference within these files, and instead have this live on the master page or content page the user control is used within.
A useful technique to use for scenarios like the user control one.
Jeff has even more details in his FAQ post as well as his original j Query intellisense post.
You can download VS 2008 SP1 and Visual Web Developer 2008 Express SP1 here.
To learn more about j Query, I recommend watching Stephen Walther's ASP. Click here to download his code samples and powerpoint presentation.When you import your existing profile during VS 2010’s first time run experience the code Intelli Sense settings import over in a disabled state.If you haven’t installed Resharper on VS 2010 (which is a separate install) – then by default you’ll end up with Intelli Sense turned off.Rick Strahl also has a really nice Introduction to j Query article that talks about using j Query with ASP. Karl Seguin has two nice j Query primer posts here and here that provide shorter overviews of some of the basics of how to use j Query.I also highly recommend the j Query in Action book.
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