Working with jQuery

When we created the example project using the ASP.NET Web Application template, Visual Studio automatically added support for jQuery. You can see this by opening the Scripts folder in the Solution Explorer window, which will contain three files, as illustrated in Figure 9-10.


Figure 9-10. The jQuery files in an ASP.NET project

The jQuery-1.4.1–vsdoc.js file provides support for Visual Studio IntelliSense for jQuery expressions, allowing Visual Studio to offer suggestions for completing your jQuery statements as you type in the code editor. The jQuery-1.4.1.js file contains the jQuery library; the contents of this file are ...

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