Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Debugging on Windows Azure, part of Visual Studio 2013 for Web Developers.
…The last part of exploring debugging in ASP.NET applications using Visual…Studio 2013, it's going to be looking at debugging on Windows Azure.…So debugging on Windows Azure is possible whereas…debugging on a remote third party website isn't.…Because Microsoft has built the infrastructure into Visual Studio 2013.…So the steps you have to follow.…You have to enable remote debugging on both the standard and…advanced tabs, when you do the publish to the Azure website.…And we'll go through all of this in detail in Visual…Studio, but I wanted to give you an over view here.…
You then have to redeploy your website.…And then you have to attach the debugger using the server explorer.…And finally, you have to be mindful of real time limitations.…You can't sit at a break point for minutes, because Windows Azure…will think that the website is idle and shut down the virtual machine.…And finally, the debugger uses ports 30,400 through…30,424 and 31,400 through 31,424, so you need to…make sure that those aren't already in use in…
- What's new in Visual Studio 2013?
- Exploring the editor
- Invoking the compiler
- Using the debugger
- Understanding One ASP.NET
- Building web APIs
- Debugging locally on IIS
- Using One-Click Publish
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Overview of Visual Studio 2013
2. Web Development
3. Debugging Web Apps
4. Web App Deployment
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