VS 2008 JavaScript Intellisense for Silverlight
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Published: 01 Aug 2007
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This article examines the JavaScript Intellisense for Silverlight using Visual Studio 2008.
by Scott Guthrie
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In addition to shipping VS 2008 and .NET 3.5 Beta 2 last week, my team also shipped the first release candidate of Silverlight 1.0 (it was a busy week at the office!).  You can download the Silverlight 1.0 RC here.

I blogged about our Silverlight plans and roadmap a few months ago.  This first Silverlight 1.0 release is focused on enabling rich media scenarios, and delivers high quality video and audio streaming and XAML based vector graphics and animation support in the browser.  Silverlight is cross browser and cross platform, and can be easily added to any HTML page.  Silverlight 1.0 supports a JavaScript programming model that makes it easy to integrate into an AJAX based page experience (note: Silverlight 1.1 will then add a cross-platform .NET framework programming model and enable RIA support).

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