There are literally hundreds of keyboard shortcuts in Visual Studio, and few people have them all memorized, but it is definitely worthwhile to memorize at least a few. Here are some that are useful while you’re debugging.
Tracepoints are not a new feature, they’ve been in Visual Studio since 2005, but they are a new feature to me. I just stumbled on them while researching for this series of posts. Tracepoints allow you to turn a Breakpoint into what is essentially a call to
Data tips, the Visual Studio feature that allows you to hover over a variable and see its value while debugging, can be super useful. Here are a few tricks that you may not know about them.
Solution Explorer Search has been in Visual Studio for a while, but there are a few features that I think many developers overlook (myself included). Here are a few that you might have missed.
Most of us know about Breakpoints and how to use them, but there are a few under-utilized features of breakpoints that you should be aware of.