Visual Studio Code: IntelliSense In C# And ASP.NET Core RRS feed

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  • User-1590999572 posted

    Visual Studio Code 1.50 | ASP.NET Core 3.1

    Hi all

    As is known, the light version of Visual Studio Code only incorporates the necessary tools depending on the Type of Project to be developed.

    To have certain functionalities (incorporated by default in commercial versions such as Visual Studio 2017) it is necessary to install additional packages, plugins or extensions, for example C # Extensions 1.3.6.

    When it is required to work with Classes that are in different Namespaces and that by default are not automatically incorporated when starting a New Project, the IntelliSense of the commercial versions, in addition to showing the typical red error underline indicating (in general terms) that this "Object" cannot be used and that a directive that refers to the "Object" with which it is intended to work is probably missing, it suggests the import of certain Namespaces; that is, it is recognized in which Namespaces are the Classes required to use the Object or Objects that generate the error.

    This does not happen with Visual Studio Code, which is limited to indicating the error and missing a directive that allows to refer to a Namespace, but is not able to suggest which or which namespaces might be required.

    What Extension for Visual Studio Code is required to show the Suggestions with Names of Namespaces in the IntelliSense?

    2nd [Off Topic] Excluding the Azure Framework, is there an online Framework to develop ASP.NET Core Projects?

    Thank you very much already

    Tuesday, October 13, 2020 10:48 AM

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