Video Tutorial

date January 2, 2011 04:13 by author Sukesh Ashok Kumar
Video screencasts to showcase different features. [More]

How Learn Mode Works?

date January 2, 2011 03:13 by author Sukesh Ashok Kumar
One of the core idea behind Debug Analyzer.NET is to aid in learning Debugging and also about the issues it detects. Learn mode is a way for the analysis results to provide articles or other resource links which would help in understanding the issue better and also get guidance on how to avoid such... [More]

How Interactive Debugging Works?

date January 2, 2011 02:13 by author Sukesh Ashok Kumar
Interactive Debugging feature provides a way for you to manually debug the memory dumps like you do normally. It also provides a way to save the output in RTF format so that you can use it for reference later. The main benefit of Interactive Debugging is that it enables you to create .NET base... [More]

How Instant Analyzer works?

date January 2, 2011 02:13 by author Sukesh Ashok Kumar
Instant Analyzer is more like SQL Query Analyzer, you write your analysis and hit F5 ("Compile & Execute") and it shows the results in the window below.You can also save and load snippets, which are saved and kept under the 'snippets' folder. The 2nd icon for loading and 3rd icon for s... [More]

Frequently Asked Questions!

date January 1, 2011 03:13 by author Sukesh Ashok Kumar
I have addressed few questions below, but if you have any other questions or concerns, feel free to ask through comments. Q. If I throw a Kitchen sink at Debug Analyzer.NET, will it analyze it for me? Kitchen sink is not supported at this time. Q. Can we use Debug Analyzer.NET to do li... [More]

How to Run Analysis?

date January 1, 2011 02:13 by author Sukesh Ashok Kumar
One of the core features of Debug Analyzer.NET is to run Analysis on the memory dumps and provide a friendly report to show you the details in dumps, issues detected and recommendations for resolving those issues. This is accomplished by using a modular approach using Analysis Plugs. The Analysis Pl... [More]

Architecture & Design

date January 1, 2011 01:13 by author Sukesh Ashok Kumar
From my experience as a developer I have seen a lot of great applications from architecture perpsective. One of those things which is often left out and comes as last is the application extensibility and developer experience. This leads to either complicated configuration se... [More]