This video looks at the summary view available in the Diagnostic Tools window. From here, explore the UWA UI Analysis events, take a memory snapshot of the application heap space, and configure the CPU profiling tool.
- Are you a Visual Studio 2015 user?…If so, you've probably seen the…Diagnostic Tools window running in the background…when you're debugging an application.…Let me show you what I mean.…I'm in 2017 and I have a universal Windows app project open.…I'll choose x86 and then Local Machine and then…press this green button to debug the application.…This is what I'm talking about, the Diagnostic Tool window.…It usually appears when you're debugging and is docked…to the right side of the IDE.…
And what it's doing is it's analyzing diagnostic events,…it's capturing those, it's looking at how much memory my…process is using, analyzing how much CPU this app is using.…And there are some new changes in here,…otherwise I wouldn't be talking about it in this video.…One of the changes is the addition of this Summary page.…So on the Summary page, I can see what events I'm gathering.…Currently I'm not getting any.…And I can also take a snapshot of my memory usage,…and I can also enable or disable CPU profiling.…
Now, this enable and disable used to be…
- Installing Visual Studio 2017
- Using debugging features
- Reviewing document navigation enhancements
- Examining IntelliSense Improvements
- Using XAML tools
- Reviewing the tooling added to support Docker containers
- Debugging without the hosting process
- Using the Visual Studio 2017 Installer
Skill Level Beginner
2. IDE Improvements
3. Debugging Improvements
4. Document Navigation
5. IntelliSense Improvements
6. XAML Tools
7. Cloud Development
8. Performance Improvements
Performance Center1m 34s
9. Installer Improvements
What's next1m 14s
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