You can use classes in the managed package framework (MPF) to implement a language service that supports a wide variety of features, such as syntax highlighting, brace matching, and IntelliSense completion.
An overview of the language service features that are supported in MPF.
Describes what is required to implement a language service by using MPF.
Describes the steps that are required to register an MPF-based language service with Visual Studio.
Describes the two parsers that are required to implement all the features of a language service by using the MPF.
Provides the basic steps that are required to implement an MPF language service in a VSPackage.
Demonstrates the techniques of retrieving a list of installed code snippets.
Provides links to topics that detail what must be done to implement all the features of a language service by using MPF.
Describes the Managed Babel System, which enables integration of user-defined tools and languages with the MPF.
Provides information about how to use the Babel package to implement a language service in Visual Studio in native Visual C++, and lists the features that are supported with the Babel Package.
Shows how to use the Visual Studio Language Package solution to create a language service built on the native code Babel interfaces.