1. Code highlighting
First, we’re now coloring JSDoc comments to make them easier for you to read. To enable color highlighting, go to ReSharper | Options | Code Inspection | Settings and select Color Identifiers check box.
2. Quick documentation
Now you can quickly look at the documentation for any symbol by calling Quick Documentation (Ctrl+Q), similar to how it works in C# and VB.NET.
3. Parameter Info and Tooltips
And tooltips are shown too:
4. Writing and refactoring
To simplify JSDoc writing for you, we’ve added a new typing assist for generating relevant comments. It recognises “/**” and smartly handles new lines inside your comments. Keyword completion works as well, and what is more, you can start typing a keyword without the leading ‘@’:
When you rename a parameter, ReSharper automatically updates the corresponding JSDoc:
All these features work in TypeScript as well.