Enabling AngularJS IntelliSense in Visual Studio

29 Dec 2023
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Today, AngularJS is most popular JavaScript framework to develop single page application. If you are using Visual studio as an IDE for developing your app in angularjs, intellisense support for angularjs help you a lot to develop your application. By default, Visual Studio 2013 doesn't provide better intellisense support while writing AngularJS code. This article helps you how to enable IntelliSense in Visual Studio 2013 when working with AngularJS. Exploring dedicated Angular JS training can offer further insights and strategies for effective development within Visual Studio or other IDEs, enhancing proficiency in AngularJS application development.

Enabling Angular Intellisense in Visual Studio 2013

First, you need to download the angular.intellisense.js file for Visual Studio and place it in the Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\JavaScript\References folder of your machine. Now open visual studio and have a look on intellisense support as given below:

This support will work the same with any project that uses AngularJS, including Apache Cordova, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET WebForm, LightSwitch, Windows Store apps and any others.

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