During debugging in Visual Studio, attaching to a process is a very common activity, and as a developer, we are all familiar with it. We can attach the Visual Studio debugger to a running process by navigating from Debug > Attach to Process (Ctrl+Alt+P) and then select the specific process from the Attach to Process dialog box.
Attaching to a process during debugging, is one of the very common task. We can attach the Visual Studio debugger to a running process by navigating from Debug > Attach to Process (Ctrl+Alt+P) and then select specific process from the Attach to Process dialog box. This could be a repetitive process during the development and debugging of your… Read More »
Visual Studio 2015 introduced many tools for debugging and diagnostic. We have also seen an another excellent feature for inspecting and debugging XAML UI. This feature enable a great capability for developers to Visualize and modify the XAML UI within a running application and review the dynamic the changes. The tooling is support for XAML UI debugging is… Read More »
Choosing right version for your Apps is an important aspect for the app development and release for your end users. There are different released version of operating system, you can choose which one to target or support. By setting up these version, you can ensure which Universal Platform your app would run or even what is the minimum… Read More »
Getting the performance information is now in your finger tip and you can inspect this information during debugging itself using the PerfTips feature. Run you application in debug mode, and step through the lines by F10. You should be to able see the time elapsed during the execution of previous statement. This feature is enabled by default. In… Read More »
“Make Object ID”, you can consider it as an another hidden features of Visual Studio that can give you lot of flexibility during debugging. When we set “Make Object ID” for an object, we are informing the Debugger to keep track of that object no matter it’s within scope or out of scope for the current context. You… Read More »
Watch Windows is one of most powerful and commonly used debugging tool inside Visual Studio. This tool is commonly used to explore the objects, values, properties and other aspect during debugging. To inspect any object, while debugging we generally right click on the code block and select “Add to Watch” to explore or we can also the keyboard… Read More »
During debugging, Visual Studio debug Output window shows different set of essential messages. This could be exception information, process exit information, thread exit information etc. However in many cases you don’t need them to view or it may distract you with lots of messages which is not required. In that case you can filter them out as per… Read More »