But there are 2 options hwo yo ucan enable it:
OPTION 1 if you don't use Resharper(taken from)
Step 1Find the file commonHTML5Types.xsd located in the Visual Studio install directory and back it up (just in case). Mine is here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0\Common7\Packages\schemas\html
Step 2Download this new version of commonHTML5Types.xsd and replace the existing one from the directory in Step 1 with it.
Step 3Restart Visual Studio and that's it. You now have all the ng-* attributes available in Intellisense. This Works On My Machinetm, so please let me know if it works on yours too.
I still want to add native support in either Visual Studio or Web Essentials, so if this is something you’re interested in, please vote for it here.
OPTION 2Use resharper-angularjs
You can get it from here - https://github.com/JetBrains/resharper-angularjs
You can install directly into ReSharper 8.0 via the Extension Manager in the ReSharper menu. Since the package is currently pre-release for 8.0 (nightly builds might introduce breaking changes), make sure "Include prerelease" is selected in the dialog.
To install in ReSharper 7.1:
- Download the latest zip file: resharper-angularjs.1.1.0.zip
- Extract everything
- Run the Install-AngularJS.7.1.bat file