I have been frustrated by Intellisense acting up when working on WinJS Windows Store applications. Figure 1 is just an example of the quirky behavior that I’ve been experiencing:
Once you do, you’ll find that Intellisense works wonderfully!
Intellisense within that file. The workflow for this is:
- 2. Open HTML file in your project (e.g. default.html)
- 3. Add .js file <script> tag in the appropriate location and order
- 4. Go back to you new .js and start working
Personally, I think it’s too much friction between File->New and typing,
especially when you can use JustCode templates (see this blog post) to add in the ///<reference/> tags. But, the choice is yours.