Forms XAML files with the XAML language service, that’s all.For additional reassurance, I’ve just put the extension source in Git Hub if you rather see for yourself ;).
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.
As explained in XML vs XAML intellisense section of my blog post, Xamarin 4 ships with an XML-based intellisense for Xamarin. We have worked with Microsoft to make it possible to use the excelent built-in XAML language service instead, which knows about XAML’s specifics, and is driven by metadata provided by the Xamarin. In Visual Studio Update 1, a number of key issues were resolved that make the XAML language service quite usable for Xamarin.
Forms XAML editing, so we’re releasing a Visual Studio extension to enable experimental support for it so that we can gather early feedback on what works and what doesn’t.
These annotated "-vsdoc.js" files can include XML comments that provide help documentation for Java Script methods, as well as additional code intellisense hints for dynamic Java Script signatures that cannot automatically be inferred. You can download both j Query and the j Query-vsdoc file from the official download page on the j site: Save the file next to your file in your project (and make sure its naming prefix matches the jquery file name): You can then reference the standard jquery file with an html comment at the top of a standalone file.
When you do this VS will now look for a file in the same directory as the script file you are referencing, and if found will use it for help and intellisense.OCI Intellisense file provides online intellisense help to OCI application developers on Windows Visual Studio Environment.This file is protected by a #ifdef NEVER block, hence it is not compiled. So please give it a shot and let us know how it works!If your XAML document contains an XML declaration, it will be in blue collor, rather than red: Versus: (you can play “spot the other difference too ;)) Luckily, this is a minimally disruptive extension that just provides a bit of registry information to Visual Studio to know that it’s safe to open Xamarin.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).