I am involved in a few open source projects built around the Roslyn compiler. One of those projects is OmniSharp, which brings intellisense and C# language services to a number of editors out there, allowing them to provide for their users a rich C# code authoring experience.
Which actually brings me to the point of today’s post. Roslyn is a compiler-as-a-service that you can embed in your own app, and when you do that, you could reach into its C# language services (more specifically, CompletionService) and easily build your own C# intellisense engine.
However, this is not really documented, so I wanted to use this post to show you how you can get started with that.