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JustTrace is Discontinued

Learn about your alternatives to JustTrace and the answers to frequently-asked questions.

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JustTrace has been discontinued. We would like to thank all our loyal customers and fans and understand that this be an inconvenience to some of you and we strongly encourage you to go ahead and try out one of the following alternatives.

Frequently-asked Questions

Why is JustTrace Being Retired?

JustTrace has been used by .NET developers to optimize performance, reduce memory usage and identify memory leaks in their applications through its powerful 2-in-1 profiler, at a time when the IDE did not offer those. However, since the release of Visual Studio 2015 you can enjoy all of these features out-of-the-box. As a result, the functionalities of JustTrace are not needed any more.

We are focusing on products in our portfolio which enhance your productivity by working with the most popular and rising development platforms. In that way, we’ll continue to provide the best UI and productivity tools to help developers keep pace with the latest trends and technologies.

Staying true to our calling, we are increasing our investments in tooling around the latest technologies developers need. This includes .NET related products like UWP and Xamarin, our JavaScript offerings of Kendo UI for Angular 2 and the brand-new Kendo UI for React, and our cross-platform mobility offering through NativeScript, to just name a few.

What Does This Mean to Me as a Customer?

Effective immediately there will be no new features or product updates, but the accompanying Documentation resources will remain available. We understand this might be an inconvenience to you and strongly advice you to try one of the above alternatives.

I have questions, where can I address those to?

We’re ready and will do our best to answer any questions or comments you might have. Drop us a line here and we will reply to you as soon as possible.