Resources for “Visual Studio 2010 for JavaScript Developers talk”


Last Thursday night, I had a great time presenting to the Atlanta JavaScript meetup. We had to improvise a bit for group viewing, because no one knew where Ignition Alley’s projector was. I spotted their DLP TV and noticed that it had a VGA input, so all 12 of us gathered around it for the demos. (see below)

We had some great conversations about Visual Studio 2010’s support for JavaScript like snippets, IntelliSense and debugging. The second half of the meeting was centered around OData and learning how to consume it from JavaScript. Thanks to everyone for the very engaging discussions and warm welcome. I hope to see this meetup really flourish in the future!

Here are some links based on what we talked about in the meeting.

Comments (2)

  1. Brian says:

    One thing I would love to see, and think it would be a big help for JavaScript developers, is some kind of JSLint integration into the "Error List"/Warnings window.

    One reason I still use Aptana is for this simple integration.  It's nice to have small warnings when you aren't using some best practices and other small things that seem to slide by like " === ".

  2. Catto says:

    Hey Now Glenn,

    Nice Post! .js

    Thx 4 the info,

    Catto