According to this post intellisense should also be working on the new VS 2015, but so far I only get intellisense for the angular object and not for the dependencies or my custom modules.
Here's what I did:
2 Restarted VS2015
And then nothing, it just showed exclamation marks whenever I tried to use intellisense on a $http object.
This was not working for me in Visual Studio 2015 RTM in a web project, but I solved the problem.
This project was not created with Visual Studio and does not have a
_references.js file anywhere. So I think this will work in any situation.
I removed all other intellisense resources from within the VS UI to make sure what I did was what fixed it.
Implicit (Web). Paste the url at the bottom text box and click the Add button. Don't dismiss the dialog box yet.
Download remote references.
_references.jsto the root of your project. Don't bother making a
Scriptsfolder. Right click on it and choose auto-sync, then choose update. Go into it and remove any js files created by a build process. If you don't, they can be so large they will break intellisense. Be prepared for a ~5-10 second delay the first time you use intellisense, as it has to load all these references from your project.