JQuery, Ajax, jMSAjax, and ASP.NET
JQuery is a very popular open source java script library.
It has tones of features, and it supports wide range of browsers. Still, in web based applications, JQuery needs to corporate with ASP.NET server side code, and it would be nice to have some support to it in Visual Studio.
To start using JQuery with your ASP.NET application, I recommend reading the following guide, which has a nice description for how to setup the dev environment, including tricking the VS Intellisense to cooperate.
In this article, you can find several ways to incorporate JQuery with ASP.NET server side code, including a nice examples of how to handle a List<> in the client side, and furthermore - how to resolve JSON date formatting.