I know, I know, this has been done before. The reason I’m writing this post, however, is to improve on what I have found on the web. For anyone wondering what jQuery is, goto the jQuery site and also read this tutorial. Now onto the good stuff….

If you are like me and you’ve read the many articles about how to get other javascript libraries to work in VS2008, you’ll know that all you really need to do is install the visual studio HOTFIX. This patches your VS and among other things, gets the javascript intellisense working nicely.

BradVin’s .Net Blog(Better) JQuery IntelliSense in VS2008