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Jeff King, Program Manager of Visual Studio Web Tools, just blogged about the new intellisense features of the upcoming version of Visual Studio, codenamed Orcas. I don't know about you, but I'm SUPER hyped about this. The battle for cleaning up the webosphere of bad JavaScript implementations has begun.

I've been creating Namespaced and structured JavaScript for a while now, courtesy of Dean Edwards, so I can definately appreciate the benefits this will afford me in productivity. The next closest thing to this has been my JavaScript IDE of choice, Aptana. It does a fairly decent job of providing intellisense of object properties and functions based on selected source js files. Now that this functionality will be integrated with Visual Studio, we get to have everything under one roof.

One small step for VS, one giant leap for developers!

Posted on Saturday, March 3, 2007 4:48 PM | Back to top


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