Browse by Tags

Tagged Content List
  • Blog Post: Diagnosing memory issues with the new Memory Usage Tool in Visual Studio

    As part of our continued effort to provide great diagnostic tools for developers, Visual Studio 2013 introduces a new Memory Usage tool as a part of the Performance and Diagnostics hub . The Memory Usage tool supports Windows Store and Windows Phone Store apps using C#/VB/C++ and XAML. This blog post...
  • Blog Post: Coded UI Test Gesture support in Visual Studio 2013

    As part of Coded UI Test’s support for windows store apps introduced in Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 as detailed in this blog , there is now playback support for touch gestures on Windows Store Apps. These gestures are only a simulation and hence one would not need to have a touch monitor to use...
  • Blog Post: Launching a Windows Store Application using Coded UI Test

    This blog assumes that you have a prior understanding of Coded UI Test for Windows Store Apps. If not, Please read the " Introduction " blog of Coded UI Test for Windows Store Apps. This blog explains how to launch a Windows Store Application using Coded UI test. API Definition and Usage: In Visual...
  • Blog Post: Debugging Asynchronous Code in Visual Studio 2013 - Tasks Window

    In an earlier post, I described how enhanced call stacks in Visual Studio 2013 can be used to help you debug asynchronous code. In this second post, I will describe the additional asynchronous debugging improvements through the Tasks window in C#/VB, JavaScript, and C++. The Parallel Tasks window was...
  • Blog Post: Debugging Asynchronous Code in Visual Studio 2013- Call Stack enhancements

    Asynchronous code is ubiquitous in Windows apps. While asynchronous code can be great for creating responsive apps, it can also make it difficult for developers to understand the flow of their application. In Visual Studio 2013 and Windows 8.1, we have added new features that make it easier to understand...
  • Blog Post: JavaScript/Native Interop Debugging in Visual Studio 2013

    Hello, I am Patrick Nelson, a developer on the Visual Studio Debugger Team. Authoring apps that are using more than one language is not uncommon these days. For example, some developers prefer one language for the UI layer but use another language (or reuse components in another language) for their...
  • Blog Post: Using Coded UI to test XAML-based Windows Store apps

    In the last few months since Windows 8 RTM’ed, we have seen the number of apps on the Windows Store grow significantly. There are several different aspects to shipping a great app to the Store. One of these is testing your app to ensure that the bugs are flushed out and you have automated tests...
Page 1 of 1 (7 items)