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What’s New in JustTrace Q3 2011
JustTrace is perhaps the friendliest profiler on the market, but you will find that JustTrace Q3 2011 is even further enhanced with polish and enhancements to the user experience to make this a must-have tool for better code. If you’re interested in the detailed improvements we’ve made to JustTrace this release, please take a look at the version notes. This article will focus on two new features: Compare Snapshots for Memory Profiler and Call Tree Navigation. Compare Snapshots Previous editions of JustTrace had the Compare Snapshots feature but were restricted to performance snapshots. This has now been expanded to include memory snapshots. Since drag and...
November 23, 2011
The commercial launch of JustTrace brings new .NET profiler to the developer's toolset
It’s only been a few months since we announced the Beta launch of Telerik’s .NET memory and performance profiler, yet JustTrace has gone a long way. Back then we shared with you our core vision for the product – we were not interested in launching just another .NET profiler, but a tool that will help developers build more performance and resource efficient applications and thus increase the business value of their products. Some of our core objectives include: A profiler that is a stand-alone solution yet a natural fit for Visual Studio Three distinct profilers – Memory, Performance and Tracing – that give...
July 15, 2011
New JustTrace Beta Version Available
The JustTrace team has been busy working on some great improvements to Telerik’s memory and performance profiler! The new Beta ships two brand new features: ‘Profiling Windows Services’ and ‘Compare Performance Snapshots’. Currently, JustTrace is able to profile only Windows Services on Windows Vista and later versions. Future plans include support for Windows XP and Windows 2003. The new ‘Profiling Windows Services’ capability’ entails a new, easy to use dialog, which enables you to see the list of all services and their status. And just above it you can find three buttons that allow you to start, stop and restart the selected service....
June 28, 2011
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