Category Archives: How-To’s

This is a collection of use cases and scenarios (i.e. real problems solved with our .NET tools) that may be worth your attention.

Taking Memory Snapshots by Condition in dotMemory 4.4

While dotMemory 4.4 is primarily focused on dotMemory Unit 2.0, it also brings a number of useful updates. One such improvement is the ability to take memory snapshots only when a certain condition occurs. The most common use case for … Continue reading

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Analyzing slow HTTP requests with dotTrace

Modern applications are becoming more complex and use an increasing number of subsystems such as databases, web services, third-party frameworks, and so on. When your application suddenly starts performing slower, it’s not always easy to understand which subsystem is to … Continue reading

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ReSharper 10 EAP 2

We have launched EAP for ReSharper 10 about a week ago with a set of fixes and improvements to JavaScript and TypeScript. We hinted that we had more to offer as soon as we merge the new material. Today is … Continue reading

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Memory Testing on a CI Server. dotMemory Unit Standalone Launcher

After we announced the dotMemory Unit framework, the most frequently asked question was, “When will the standalone launcher for CI be available?” Finally, the time has come! Along with dotMemory 4.4, we have also released dotMemory Unit 2.0 which contains … Continue reading

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Meanwhile… ReSharper 10 EAP kicks off

We have just opened Early Access Program for ReSharper 10, which means you can start using the latest development builds of ReSharper and its sibling tools: ReSharper C++, dotTrace, dotCover, dotPeek and dotMemory. We should note that we’re not starting … Continue reading

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How to instantly profile any method in your code with ReSharper and dotTrace

As you may already know, starting with ReSharper 9 all our .NET products share a common platform (including ReSharper, dotCover, dotTrace, dotMemory, and dotPeek). This allowed us to create the ReSharper Ultimate bundle which includes the entire .NET product lineup. … Continue reading

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ReSharper 10 EAP 3: Continuous Testing and ReSharper Build

ReSharper 10 Early Access Program goes on and today we’ve prepared a new build highlighted with major features in ReSharper and dotCover. ReSharper ReSharper Build ReSharper Build is a brand new ReSharper 10 feature that originated from an internal tool … Continue reading

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Run Configurations: debug any static method in Visual Studio, and more

Sometimes when you’re writing code, you want to verify an assumption quickly, check how your API works, or simply prototype and execute a small part of your code. What common options are available to us? Create a separate small project, … Continue reading

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Performance Profiling in Continuous Integration: dotTrace and TeamCity

Performance testing is growing more and more popular as one of the most effective methods for preventing application performance regression. Usually, by performance testing developers mean web application load testing, stress and spike testing, i.e. all types of tests that … Continue reading

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TypeScript and JavaScript in ReSharper 9.2

ReSharper 9.1 marked our first attempt at supporting the future-of-the-Web technologies:  ECMAScript 6 and TypeScript 1.5. In ReSharper 9.2 we are enhancing this support while taking a look deeper into the future by extending this support to many features of … Continue reading

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