Microsoft adds jQuery IntelliSense to Visual Studio

Two months after stating its intent to support the open-source jQuery JavaScript library, Microsoft announces support for jQuery IntelliSense in Visual Studio 2008 and its free Visual Web Developer 2008 Express for application development. IntelliSense is Microsoft's implementation of auto-completion. In a blog post Nov. 21, Scott Guthrie, a corporate vice president in the Microsoft Developer […]

Two months after stating its intent to support the open-source jQuery JavaScript library, Microsoft announces support for jQuery IntelliSense in Visual Studio 2008 and its free Visual Web Developer 2008 Express for application development. IntelliSense is Microsoft's implementation of auto-completion.

In a blog post Nov. 21, Scott Guthrie, a corporate vice president in the Microsoft Developer Division, said, "Over the last few weeks we've been working with the jQuery team to add great jQuery IntelliSense support" to the two Microsoft tools.

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