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  • Blog Post: VSDoc for jQuery 1.4.1 Now Available

    We finished generating a new VSDoc for the latest update of jQuery. You can download it from the jQuery Downloads page . A refresher on how to use the file can be found here or here . Happy coding! Jeff King Program Manager Visual Studio Web Tools
  • Blog Post: Using Microsoft AJAX Control Toolkit with Visual Studio 10 Beta 1

    In this post we will talk about the effects of a particular security enhancement in CLR 4.0 Beta 1 and how it affects working with AJAX Control Toolkit in Visual Studio 10 Beta 1 and possibly other 3-rd party assemblies. The security enhancement in question is the way CLR 4.0 treats assemblies that came...
  • Blog Post: VSDoc for jQuery 1.3.2 Now Available

    jQuery 1.3 was released a little over a month ago. The 1.3 release adds exciting features such as selector performance improvements, "live events" where events can be bound to both current and future elements, and more. Version 1.3.2 was released a few days ago and fixes some bugs include one involving...
  • Blog Post: JScript IntelliSense FAQ

    I've been reading through the 70 or so comments on our last 2 jQuery posts.  There have been a lot of great questions.  Apologies for not being able to answer them sooner (I was busy preparing for Dev Connections).  Instead of answering them inline with the comments, I'll try to paraphrase...
  • Blog Post: Checkout Tip#13 to Tip#23 on our Tips and Tricks blog

    Latest on Tips and Tricks Blog. Tip #13: Did you know... How to get the browser agent using ASP.NET Ajax ? Tip #14: Did you know…How to enable debugging of your Web Site? Tip #15: Did you know... How to use tracing with ASP.NET Ajax? Tip #16: Did you know… How to change the default format settings for...
  • Blog Post: VS2008 SP1 Hotfix to Support "-vsdoc.js" IntelliSense Doc Files

    Last week I mentioned we would be releasing a Hotfix to accompany our new jQuery VSDoc file . This Hotfix is now available at the MSDN Code Gallery . Here's a direct download link for this small (2MB) patch: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/KB958502/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=1736 I want...
  • Blog Post: Rich IntelliSense for jQuery

    Update: A new Hotfix is availble to complement this file. A while back we updated VS2008 IntelliSense to not fail when referencing jQuery. However, getting IntelliSense for chained calls and rich summary/parameter hints still required adding special comments to a few thousand lines of jQuery. If you...
  • Blog Post: Checkout Tip#10, Tip#11, Tip#12 and Tip#13 on Tips and Tricks blog

    Here are four new tips on Tips and Tricks Blog. Tip #10 Did you know… Visual Web Developer 2008 has a New Style Builder Dialog? Tip #11 Did you know… New Style builder can be invoked from various other tool windows in Visual Web Developer. Tip #12: Did you know..How to create an IIS Virtual Directory...
  • Blog Post: Faster switch to design view in VS 2008 SP1 RTM

    Some customers discovered that sometimes switch to Design view was very slow. We analyzed submitted reports and tracked the issue down to a code that was discovering available AJAX Extenders and which contols they were applicable to. In order to avoid unnecessary delays we moved discovery of AJAX extenders...
  • Blog Post: Catch our team at TechEd 2008 - Orlando.

    Every year we send a team to TechEds to meet you, our customers. They will be at the event site from 8.30 AM to 6.00 PM to answer your questions from June 3rd to June 6th. This time we have the following representatives at TechEd. ASP.NET Team: Kathy Carper, Scott Hunter, Simon Calvert, Clay Compton...
  • Blog Post: Introducing JScript Formatting in VS 2008 SP1

    Colorization, validation, IntelliSense, and formatting comprise the core of any modern editor. With VS 2008 SP1, we are completing the core JScript editor by introducing code formatting. Additionally, we have promoted JScript to a dedicated node in “Tools Options” providing a clean separation from the...
  • Blog Post: JScript IntelliSense: Working with Ext JS

    Ext is great framework for adding rich AJAX interactivity to your web application. Unfortunately, JScript IntelliSense currently has difficulties processing the script and it's not uncommon to see this message: I just wanted to let everyone know that we've investigated and fixed the issue. This...
  • Blog Post: JScript Debugging: Made easy with IE8

    The feature I'm most excited about in Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 is ironically one you might not notice at all. Problem If you're reading this, you probably know (and are still untangling the double-negative logic of) the "Disable script debugging" option in IE. Say you just spent 10 hours debugging...
  • Blog Post: JScript IntelliSense: Handling Errors

    I often get the question “Why isn’t IntelliSense working?”. The most common cause is an error in one of the referenced scripts. If there was an IntelliSense update error, the status bar will tell you. Given this situation, the Error List will complement the status bar with one of two messages....
  • Blog Post: Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition available for download

    I'm glad to announce that Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition has officially shipped, and is now available for immediate download . Here is a quick summary of some of the great new capabilities in this release: Tools to Design Web Pages Use the new Split View pane which shows both the...
  • Blog Post: JScript IntelliSense: A Reference for the “Reference” Tag

    It should be no surprise that JScript Documentation Comments power much of what you see in JScript IntelliSense in VS2008. Perhaps the most useful of these comments is the "reference" comment. The "reference" comment allows you to "see" functions and objects outside of your current file in the completion...
  • Blog Post: New VS2008 Feature: “Downgrade” HTML, CSS, and JScript Errors to Warnings

    VS2005 introduced the ability to validate your markup and CSS for standards compliance alongside your code. It’s a great feature, but it can be frustrating when you’re looking for that one critical compilation error underneath a pile of validation errors. Well, we heard your feedback and added two new...
  • Blog Post: New Web Development Features in Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2

    You may have heard by now that Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 is available for public download. I wanted to take a minute to highlight some of the new web developer features that we've added since Beta 1: Design view support for configuring AJAX Extenders If you are using the AJAX control toolkit...
  • Blog Post: Workaround for Beta 2 JavaScript IntelliSense and Colorization Issue

    We have discovered that in a very limited number of setup scenarios of Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2, Jscript IntelliSense and Colorization may not work property after installing the product. You will get no IntelliSense in JavaScript code, and all JavaScript code will appear black (i.e., colorization of...
  • Blog Post: Using VS 2008 to target ASP.NET AJAX 1.0

    8/10/2007 UPDATE: This blog post was edited to include simplified instructions to work around a known issue w/ Multitargeting support in VS 2008 Beta 2. See “Machine Prerequisites” below. In a previous post , I described the steps you can take to upgrade your existing ASP.NET AJAX 1.0-based Web...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Web.config

    <? xml version = " 1.0 " ?> < configuration > < configSections > < sectionGroup name = " system.web.extensions " type = " System.Web.Configuration.SystemWebExtensionsSectionGroup, System.Web.Extensions, Version=1.0.61025.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35...
  • Blog Post: Upgrading ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Websites and Web Applications to .NET Framework 3.5

    8/10/2007 UPDATE: This blog post was edited to include simplified instructions to work around a known issue w/ Multitargeting support in VS 2008 Beta 2. See “Machine Prerequisites” below. Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 is finally released, and with it comes a bunch of great new features for...
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