vsdoc file for kendo.web only?

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  1. Bob
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    Posted 08 Jan 2013 Link to this post

    Is it possible to get the vsdoc file for just the kendo.web js ? Or, can I use the kendo.all file and just rename it to kendo.web-vsdoc.js?

    BOb
  2. Bob
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    Posted 08 Jan 2013 Link to this post

    That all said. I can't seem to get the vsdoc file to work in VS 2012? Is it still supported. I see the you now get a .intellisense.js file with jquery. Or, am I just expecting to much from the kendoUI doc file. when I use jquery functions I get parameter help, return info, etc. I just don't see any of that with the kendoUI objects.

    BOb
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  4. Bob
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    Posted 08 Jan 2013 Link to this post

    Ok.. I was able finally able to get this to work. I either had to rename kendo.all-vsdoc.js to kendo.web-vsdoc.js or to add kendo.all-vsdoc.js to the _references.js file. 

    So, two points, question.

    1. It seems that the .web-vsdoc file should be included with MVC UI complete in addition to the all-vsdoc file. Can this be included?

    2. The jquery intellesense seems to work much better than the kendoui with vsdoc. Is there consideration of using the intellisense annotations to provide this better experience?

    Thanks,
    BOb
  5. Answer
    Atanas Korchev
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    Posted 10 Jan 2013 Link to this post

    Hi Bob,

     Up to your questions:

    1. VSdoc file for kendo.web is available in the kendo web distribution. Kendo Complete for ASP.NET MVC currently ships kendo.all.vsdoc since it includes all Kendo UI flavors - web, dataviz and mobile. You can either download the kendo web distribution or rename kendo.all.vsdoc (as you already did). Including all vsdoc files is an option which we may consider introducing in a future release.
    2. Indeed the way Visual Studio 2012 handles JavaScript intellisense seems better than the VSDOC format (which was introduced with Visual Studio 2008). Providing VS2012 intellisense is part of our future plans.

    Regards,
    Atanas Korchev
    the Telerik team
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