Microsoft Visual Studio JavaScript Tools Get a Big Update

Microsoft’s VP of Team Visual Studio, Jason Zander, stated today that Microsoft has now added a list of much needed improvements to the Visual Studio 11 line of development products all aimed at making the lives of JavaScript developers much easier. The next major release of Visual Studio, Microsoft flagship development suite is not only redesigned to support Windows 8, but also provides a host of new JavaScript tool, starting with the new IntellSense. Zandar said, you’ll forget your working in a dynamic language! Even though its written on the same Chakra runtime environment, the IntellSense brings a massive increase in responsiveness, accuracy and scalability. Read the full article here.



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