Debugging ASP.NET AJAX Applications

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The ability to debug code is a skill that every developer should have in their arsenal regardless of the technology they’re using. It goes without saying that understanding the different debugging options that are available can save a tremendous amount of time on a project and perhaps even a few headaches. While many developers are accustomed to using Visual Studio .NET or Web Developer Express to debug ASP.NET applications that use VB.NET or C# code, some aren’t aware that it’s also extremely useful for debugging client-side code such as JavaScript. The same type of techniques used to debug .NET applications can also be applied to AJAX-enabled applications and more specifically ASP.NET AJAX applications.

In this article you’ll see how Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 and several other tools can be used to debug ASP.NET AJAX applications to quickly locate bugs and other issues. This discussion will include information about enabling Internet Explorer 6 or higher for debugging, using Visual Studio 2008 and the Script Explorer to step through code as well as using other free tools such as Web Development Helper. You’ll also learn how to debug ASP.NET AJAX applications in Firefox using an extension named Firebug which lets you step through JavaScript code directly in the browser without any other tools. Finally, you’ll be introduced to classes in the ASP.NET AJAX Library that can help with various debugging tasks such as tracing and code assertion statements.

Debugging ASP.NET AJAX Applications

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