VSCode intellisense is great, when I import a javascript function like  import func from './file';   vs code will give me a helpful dialog with its arguments from jsdoc. This is because I'm using a relative file path.  However, if I'm...
I'm trying to get proper Intellisense suggestions for my javascript code in Visual Studio Code. In particular, I have the following AngluarJS service:  /// <reference path="definitelytyped/angularjs/angular.d.ts" /> var module = ang...
I have large solution with about 40 separate javascript files, which are referenced to web page via special js-service. I want to use new IntelliSense features in VS2010, but it is very hard to add about 40 individual references like this:  /// <r...
I'd like to use Visual Studio to do some JS coding but I'm not sure how to fix IS to get the types of variables correctly.  I get this message even though I've added all required references. The $gameMessage is declared in rpg_managers.js...
I have a .net control which is intended for use as an ActiveX control in web pages, instantiated thus:  <object id="TheControl" name="TheControl" classid="clsid:012937D0-E1D8-4a80-A17F-DEADBEEFF00D"></object>   Is...
I'm looking for this specific type of intellisense workflow.  This is what i used for 10 years working with VB6 IDE.  And this is how i like the intellisense to work...   Say i'm coding a javascript ...   if type document. the moment i type...
For example, I am using Google Maps API and I want to see all possible fields and methods.  <script type="text/javascript" src="https://www.google.com/jsapi"> </script> <script type="text/javascript"> var ge;...
What is the correct way for getting JavaScript Intellisense in Visual Studio 2010 when creating a client side object with the JavaScriptSerializer?  For example, I have a class named Record with several properties; I'm generating a collection of...
It appears that Visual Studio 2010 will skip references that are not formatted http://x.x... I'm trying to use   /// <reference path="http://localhost:12946/js/fancytest" />   to generate intellisense for a dynamic javascript result...
I'm trying some simple Javascript in the new Visual Studio Code. With the following js code:  var obj = { abc: "test" }; obj.foo = "bar";   I get this error:  Property 'foo' does not exist on type '{ abc: string; }'...

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