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How to fix Visual Studio 2008 Intellisense for JQuery 1.6.1

, 24 Jun 2011
This article shows how to fix the error “Error updating JScript IntelliSense” and restore full Intellisense support in your ASP.NET Web Applications that make use of JQuery 1.6.1

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Massimiliano Giustizieri
Software Developer Talentia Software
Italy Italy
I am 28 and I have a degree in Computer Science at the University of Bari (Italy) that I achieved with Full Marks and Honors.
My main fields of interest are in the world of Windows and the .NET framework.
I am currently employed as a software engineer at Talentia Software (formerly known as Cezanne Software), where I started working at the age of 22.
In the past I used to develop software in VC++ and ASP.net. Currently I develop and mantain a Saas application with WPF/Silverlight, using XAML and C#, and a number of other .NET related tecnologies.

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