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Monitoring your existing Applications

Sometimes you want to monitor a web application that’s already installed and running – without updating the code or redeploying it. Maybe it has some kind of performance issues or is throwing exceptions and you need to apply instrumentation ASAP. Now you can do that with Application Insights Status Monitor. Just by installing it on your ...

New CodedUI course from Pluralsight

  One of the ALM MVPs, Marcel de Vries, has been spending a ton of time writing CodeUI Tests.  Thankfully Marcel decided to take this hard earned knowledge and convert it into a class on best practices for Implementing Coded UI testing. Session information below: This course is targeted at Testers and Developers that want to ...

 
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Using Visual Studio 2013 to Diagnose .NET Memory Issues in Production

Update: Note this post has been updated for Visual Studio 2013 RTM and is the first of a two-part series.  In the screenshots and examples Just My Code and Collapse Small Objects are disabled as covered in part 2.  It is recommended that you read this post before reading part 2. One of the issues that frequently affects .NET applications ...

UI Testing SharePoint 2010 with Visual Studio 2012

Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 provides complete record and play support through Coded UI for performing UI validations on Sharepoint 2010 applications. Recording and playing back on a sharepoint application is no different from recording on any webpage on Internet Explorer as internally the Coded UI IE plugin is being used. This blog assumes ...

 
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Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2012 Update 1 now available

As Soma mentioned in his blog the Visual Studio Updates are a new mechanism we are using to provide ongoing value throughout the year to our Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server customers. These updates will provide features to support the latest software trends in the market, and also offer an easy way to deploy bug fixes.   In Visual ...

 
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How to profile a XAML Windows Store App

If you are developing a Windows Store App using XAML (whether it’s C++, C#, or VB), there is a good chance there will be areas of your app where you would like to improve the performance. To assist with this, we’ve included the Visual Studio CPU profiler in all SKUs of Visual Studio capable of developing Windows Store Apps (this means we...

Visual Studio 2012 RC – What’s new in Unit Testing

Unit Testing feature in Visual Studio 2012 has been very enthusiastically received by the developer community. Our focus during RC milestone was to respond to feedback we received from Visual Studio 11 Beta. This article talks about some of the new features that we have built during this milestone, many of which were driven by customer ...

 
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