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  • Blog Post: New Visual Studio 2012 Debugging Features for the Windows 8 App Lifecycle Model

    Windows 8 brings a new app lifecycle model , in which Windows Store apps are automatically managed for the user. These apps always feel alive, even though they never run when they’re off the screen. This provides great benefits for power consumption and battery life. Here are a few related blog...
  • Blog Post: JavaScript Debugging Enhancements

    Visual Studio 11 Beta introduces a first class JavaScript development experience and provides a rich toolset for developing Windows Metro style apps. Debugging is a crucial part of that toolset. In this post I am going to focus on just some of the new scenarios and enhancements we’ve added to JavaScript...
  • Blog Post: Debugging MSBuild script with Visual Studio (3)

    In my last two posts ( here and here ) I showed how to enable the unsupported MSBuild debugger to debug a build started on the command line with MSBuild.exe. In this final post, I'll mention some other variations. Note that this blog is rather narrow, so some of the screenshots may be hard to see...
  • Blog Post: Debugging MSBuild script with Visual Studio (2)

    In my previous post , I showed how to enable the hidden Visual Studio debugger for MSBuild script, and demonstrated it by stepping through the evaluation of a C# project. In this post, I'll keep debugging into the actual build of that project. Note that this blog is rather narrow, so some of the screenshots...
  • Blog Post: Debugging MSBuild script with Visual Studio

    Back when we started 4.0 development, I polled readers of the MSBuild blog to find out what features were most important to them. Debugging was #1 which was very surprising to us. Thinking about it more, it makes sense. In our team we've become so proficient ourselves at reading the XML and making sense...
  • Blog Post: Debugging Expression Trees in Visual Studio 2010

    First of all, let’s take a look at the example from one of my previous posts . It creates an expression tree for calculating the factorial of a number. ParameterExpression value = Expression .Parameter( typeof ( int ), "value" ); ParameterExpression ...read more
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