To explain the use of tracing and testing in .NET web applications, and to outline how to perform interactive debugging in Visual Studio .NET
- Enabling web application tracing in C# - enable the different levels of tracing in a web application.
- Trace results and statements in C# - view trace results and use Trace objects in .NET.
- Implementing tracing in a C# web application - enable page-level and application-level tracing in a C# web application and view trace results.
- Web application testing in C# using ACT - explain how to create, configure, and run tests on web applications using the Visual Studio .NET Application Center Test utility.
- Assembly tests and unattended tests in C# - use scripting to test a .NET assembly and run unattended builds and tests on web applications.
- Running a web application test in C# - perform a web application test using the Application Center Test utility and unattended tests.
- Interactive debugging basics in VS.NET - configure an application project and prepare the code for debugging in Visual Studio .NET.
- Execution control in the VS.NET debugger - start and stop debugging, use breakpoints, and identify the steps to debug an application Visual Studio .NET.
- Application monitoring using the VS.NET debugger - distinguish between the uses of the main debugger windows in Visual Studio .NET.
- Advanced .NET web application debugging - use the advanced debugging features of Visual Studio .NET, including remote debugging, JIT debugging, and exceptions.
- Debugging a C# web application - debug a C# application using Visual Studio .NET interactive debugging.
Web developers seeking to update their knowledge and skills when developing, testing, and debugging software applications in Visual Studio .NET or pursuing MCAD or MCSD .NET certification