JavaScript intellisense in Visual Studio 2008

Scott Guthrie talks about Visual Studio 2008 and it's support for JavaScript intellisense. It looks pretty slick, however I'm guessing that the computation and evaluation required to provide type inference is going to be pretty CPU intensive. Ah well - Moore's law states that we'll all have had a few computer upgrades well before 2008 right?

I'm hoping that the support for intellisense within external JavaScript files means that 2008 will offer additional navigational tools - 'go to declaration' being quite a welcome addition. Navigating through large chunks of JavaScript split across multiple files can be a bit of a pain at present - anything to ease that pain will be much welcomed.

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Posted on Sunday, June 24, 2007 9:53 PM | ASP.NET Visual Studio

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