Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate version: Creating method using intellisense


I was following online video tutorial, and the author wrote 'LoginPage.methodName();' first. At this time, LoginPage page wasn't even created yet. He right click on the methodName() method and the following intellisense was appeared.
I tried it on my VS 2013 Ultimate version, but it didn't work.
Should I install anything to get that function on my Visual Studio?

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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)PresidentCommented:
The small icons that we see in your screenshot are not standard, so I suspect that the author uses a third party tool.

However, that feature exists in Visual Studio 2013, but in a slightly different way.

When you do something like that, you get the usual red wavy line indicating an error, but if you look carefully at the red wavy line that indicates the error, there is a small square at the end of it. Bring your cursor over the square and you will get a smart tag that you can activate to get a similar feature.
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
it looks like the author had something like resharper add-on added

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