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Hello there, we are writing a VSCode extension for Telerik Native Script projects and one of the biggest requirements from our customers is to enable Intellisense for the UI declarations which are written in XML files.We have a schema declared on the root Page element, but it seems to be ignored at the moment.XML data can be considered as categorically correct if it is well-formed and valid. An XSD schema defines elements, attributes, and the relationship between them.Being well-formed requires the XML data to be syntactically correct; otherwise, the XML parser will raise an error. It conforms to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) XML schema standards and recommendations. NET Framework 2.0 classes support the W3C XML schema recommendation.For me fully featured XML editor (Intelli Sense, validation, formatting, go to definition) is most important missing feature in Code.Would it be possible to reuse (or port to Type Script) XML language support from Visual Studio?The XML Editor checks XML 1.0 syntax and also performs data validation as you type.The editor can validate using a document type definition (DTD) or a schema.

Let's review some XML basics before diving into how the new features in XML can help you validate XML data more easily. An XML document contains elements, attributes, and values of primitive data types.

Yes, perhaps the initiative to support the XAML/XML -like csproj in core could be much less painful if we had more interactive development of the .csproj file.

I had been looking at venturing to build this, something that crossed REST client to api.nuget and used XML schema to create a very smooth yeoman-like experience, but with intellisense on available attributes and applicable versions of a package.

NET Framework gave you some capable tools for validating XML data. NET Framework 2.0 augments the original capabilities significantly. NET 1.x's XML validation features, providing new classes and methods that are not only standards-compliant, but also easy to use. An XML file is usually validated for its conformance to a particular schema or a DTD.

I'll show you how to take advantage of some of these features, which will translate to better-performing, more standards-compliant XML data in your applications. The XML schema file is usually an XML-Data Reduced (XDR) or XML Schema Definition (XSD) file.