To enable intellisense completion for jQuery within VS you'll want to follow three steps: Step 1: Install VS SP1. Step 2: Install VS Patch KB to Support "worldofcufflinks.com" Intellisense Files. Step 3: Download the worldofcufflinks.com file. With them, IntelliSense does work. Just verified with jQueryjs and jQuery worldofcufflinks.com In order to use the vsdoc files all you need to do is to have the vsdoc file in the same folder as worldofcufflinks.com file, no need to include it (if your Visual Studio is up to date). How to enable jQuery intellisense in Visual Studio ? Download jQuery library from jQuery official website here. Install the hotfix KB for your Visual studio SP1. If you don't have SP1 installed already, you can download it from here. Download the jQuery doc file from here. Include this file in the same.
Getting jQuery to work with Intellisense in Visual Studio is now possible after Microsoft updated script February 11, • from Maui, Hawaii • 24 comments. Visual Studio was yet a big step ahead, but the explosion of the JQuery library and the ease of deployment in almost any project has. If you're using Visual Studio , make sure you're as SP1 and install this folder, you should have full intellisense for jQuery in your project!. In September , at the jQuery Conference, it was announced that Microsoft would be shipping its upcoming releases of Visual Studio with.