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Tutorial 5.2.0.0
  • AWS »

    Deploy your application with RevDeBug on AWS

  • Azure »

    Deploy your application with RevDeBug on Azure

  • Continuous Integration »

    Deploy your application with RevDeBug using your Continuous Integration Environment

  • Docker »

    Deploy your application with RevDeBug on Docker

  • Kubernetes »

    Deploy your application with RevDeBug on Kubernetes

  • Visual Studio »

    Deploy your application with RevDeBug with Visual Studio

  • About RevDeBug »

    What exactly is this DevOps Observability Platform and what does it give you

  • Products Overview »

    Get to know RevDeBug Products - DevOps Monitor, IDE Extension, Standalone Recorder

  • API Installation »

    What is this RevDeBug API and how can you use it in your application

  • Record At Will »

    Implementation of “Record At Will” button, that will allow you to toggle Live Recording from your application

  • Handled Exceptions »

    Learn how to record handled exceptions using Crash Recorder

  • Object Properties »

    Learn how to record complex user-defined object's properties

  • Report issue »

    Implementation of “report issue” functionality for end users/testers

  • DevOps Monitor Configuration »

    How to configure the RevDeBug DevOps Monitor server

  • DevOps Monitor Overview »

    DevOps Monitor - imagine the possibilities

  • DevOps Monitor Installation »

    How to set up DevOps Monitor

  • Portal »

    Get your Organization ID and invite team mmebers to RevDeBug DevOps Monitor

  • Standalone Recorder »

    Where can I find and how to install the RevDeBug Standalone Recorder?

  • Historical Values »

    View all values, that variable had during program execution.

  • Performance Profiling »

    Even tiny performance imperfections in methods called multiple times may cause great delays. Our performance profiler pinpoints the most overused ones and you can obtain this data from development, staging, testing and even production environments.

  • Save and Share »

    Software development is a team game, so might be debugging. Save and share errors recordings with other team members.

  • Search »

    RevDeBug recording giving you huge amount of data on your application behaviour. Now you are able to search at those variables and exceptions

  • Selective recording »

    Create your custom monitoring system thanks to RevDeBug Selective Recording.

  • Threads »

    Inspect how threads of your application communicate with each other.

  • Time Machine »

    Standard Visual Studio debugging tool contains instruments such as step-into, step-over or step-out. Time Machine allows you to travel in an opposite direction, to inspect what causes the bug in your project

  • Value Prompts »

    Highlight the values in code with Visual Studio. See values right in your C# code during debugging.

  • Connect VS Extension to DevOps Monitor »

    How to connect your IDE Extension to DevOps Monitor and why you should do it

  • Quickstart »

    Learn how to use RevDeBug Extension in 3 easy steps

  • Recording »

    What is this recording thingy and all the cool stuff you can do with it

  • VS Extension Overview »

    Everything you need to know about RevDeBug VS Extension

  • VS Extension Installation »

    How to set up the RevDeBug VS Extension

  • RevDeBug.setup »

    Learn how to setup RevDeBug with a RevDeBug.setup file

  • Sharepoint »

    RevDeBug skyrocket DevOps observability of SharePoint systems.

  • Unity »

    Record your Unity application with RevDeBug

  • UWP »

    Record your UWP application with RevDeBug

  • WPF / WinForms »

    Record your WPF or WinForms application with RevDeBug

  • Xamarin for Android »

    RevDeBug on Android device

  • Xamarin for iOS »

    RevDeBug on iOS device

  • .NET Core »

    RevDeBug skyrocket observability of .NET Core applications

  • .NET »

    Recording C# applications with RevDeBug

  • Gradle »

    Record Java application with RevDeBug

  • Maven »

    Record Java application with RevDeBug