Newsletter #2 – We’ve done what You’ve asked for
At this years’ Microsoft Build Conference, many people asked us about the possibility of implementing reverse debugging on their mobile projects. We are very proud to say that right now, RevDeBug is compatible with Xamarin applications!
Smart mobile debugging on production
Compatibility with Xamarin applications is not the only thing that we have provided with the latest update. A new feature of RevDeBug: Crash Recorder gives you the ability to gain only this data from production, which led directly to crash. Smaller file size, lower bandwidth usage, recording only parts that matter. That’s only a few of the benefits of Crash Recorder that you can read more about here: How to debug mobile apps on production?
Killer Visual Studio IDE with reverse debugging
Innovation is the key to rapid improvement, wouldn’t you agree? One possible innovation for Visual Studio IDE is using extensions that offer new, improved functionality. Our new article post is a good way to get familiar with what reverse debugging is and the enormous possibilities for improvement it brings. Those who don’t innovate - fall behind. Read on here Debug or RevDeBug
A real game-changer - debugging on production
“Did you just say on production?”
this sentence, I often hear when I’m about to show how RevDeBug can allow you to debug on production to our clients. Debug remotely, from your office or somewhere else in the world. Add Crash Recorder into a mix, and you will start to wonder how you could live without it before. It would save you from hearing, “but it works on my machine” ever again. Learn how to debug on production.