31. January 2011 15:40
I know pretty much everyone already knows that but I would love to remember everyone how to get Intellisense working in Visual Studio 2010.
I mainly use jQuery and the API is huge. A bit huge to remember sometimes and I always have the documentation opened in a browser window. To alleviate my pain, I love to use the Intellisense and here is how you get it to work.
That's it. You now have Intellisense if a "vsdoc" of your library is available. I'll even throw you something more for you to enjoy. When you declare an event handler for a jQuery element and that you want to access the "event" element. That event is of type jQuery.Event. Just add "/// <param name=variableName type=jQuery.Event />" right after the declaration and it will enable the Intellisense on that variable.