Join Reynald Adolphe for an in-depth discussion in this video Debugging, part of Learning Visual Studio Code.
- [Instructor] Let's go ahead and talk about debugging.…Now, we're going to be debugging the .net application…that we created.…So I am currently in the folder…where that project is, MyDotnet, and I'll launch code.…Now, what I'd like you to do is navigate down…to the startup file, startup.cs…and place a breakpoint on line 20.…
And to start the debugging process, click on the debug icon…in the view bar, and then the start debugging button,…which is the green arrow.…First thing that I'd like you to notice…is at the very bottom, the status bar became orange.…So whenever we're debugging,…that status bar is always orange.…Now, starting off at the top of the screen,…you'll see that there's a little toolbar here…that has the green arrow, which is now the continue button,…followed by step over,…and then step into, step out of,…and a restart debugging process.…
And the last button is, of course, to stop.…On the sidebar, you'll see there's quite a bit…of information that's given to us,…and that's one of the things that makes this…
In this course, learn the basics of Visual Studio Code. Industry expert Reynald Adolphe helps you get started with Visual Studio Code by showing how to use the command line and manage its layout, as well as how to handle multiple instances of the command line. He also demonstrates code refactoring, explains how to prepare for environments like ASP.NET, and shows how to create your first .NET app and Node app. Plus, Reynald covers keyboard shortcuts, and language features.
- Setting up Visual Studio code
- Using the command line
- Preparing for ASP.NET
- Creating your first .NET app
- Creating your first Node app
- Changing themes
- Setting up preferences