Tag Archives: Debugging



Working with Live XAML in Windows Universal Apps and Visual Studio 2015

Visual Studio 2015 introduced many tools for debugging and diagnostic. We have seen PerfTips – Easiest way to get Performance Information and Debugging Lambda Expression in Visual Studio 2015 over past weeks. In this post, we are going to take look into another excellent feature for inspecting and debugging XAML UI. This feature enable a […]

Debugging Lambda Expression in Visual Studio 2015 – Watch Windows, Immediate Windows and also in DataTips

Debugging  Lambda expression is one of the coolest feature of Visual Studio 2015 and that’s bring lot of productivity among developers during debugging and release lot of pain. Using lambda expression is pretty often in code, mostly when we writes lots of LINQ statements. Priory to Visual Studio 2015, there was no direct and easy way, […]

Run Web Application in Multiple Browser Simultaneously from Visual Studio

As a web developer, for performing cross browser testing, we need to run our web site in multiple browser from Visual Studio. Generally, in a common way, we select particular browser from browser selection menu and run the application.  However, you can set multiple browser as your default browser. When you run the application with […]

Use “Run To Cursor” and save time while debugging

Run to cursor is a great and an hidden features of Visual Studio. This can really boost up your productivity of work while debugging any application in Visual Studio.  You can really avoid the step by step debugging and directly stop the debugger where you are targeting it to stop.  “Run to Cursor” is  just […]

Function return values inspection in Visual Studio 2013

Visual Studio 2013 introduced a great feature  that helps you to inspect all the functions / nested functions returns values during the current debugging session.  This is really useful when the returned values are  not stored in a local variables and you want to check them. You can actually view then by giving the specific […]

Flag your own code in multithreading debugging

In previous tip, we have seen how to debug multithread application in Visual Studio.  Debugging multithread application can be simple as well as complex depends on the application complexity. For a small application, where there are only few threads are running you can easily identify and trace them, but when program is complex it could be […]