Debugging with Visual Studio

As developers, we at OMNIA realize how important the debugging experience really is for any kind of software development and we’ve made it a priority to build the best debugging experience for our users.

With this in mind, we’re very happy to reveal our new remote debugging environment, featuring Microsoft‘s Visual Studio (2017 Community and above).

The main aspect behind the Visual Studio debug environment is that it can be done remotely, allowing its users to access, develop and test their code locally, with their application hosted on the cloud.

Key Visual Studio debugging features

  • Edit and Continue: this feature allows you to edit your code while in debug mode, exponentially decreasing the necessary time to test and reach your solution;
  • Code Suggestions: this functionality provides the user with instant and contextualized code suggestions, based on real-time user input;
  • Examining variables in your code: when the debugger is paused, you can check variable values and get contextualized information regarding the hovered element, by making use the mouse over functionality;

There are many other Visual Studio functionalities that we didn’t feature here today, but if you want to know more details about all the new and exciting features you’ll be able to use whilst developing with our platform, click here to visit its official page.

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