Code Metrics in Visual Studio 2008
(November 9, 2007)
Code Metrics is a new feature that has been introduced in the upcoming Visual Studio 2008 (also known as Orcas). The Code Metrics help the programmer to maintain code more easily and improve the debugging process. There are 5 code metrics available in there - Lines of Code, Class Coupling, Depth of Inheritance, Cyclomatic Complexity, and Maintainability Index.
Another way for Error Handling in ASP.NET
(May 4, 2005)
Error Handling in ASP.Net
(November 7, 2003)
In Traditional ASP, you can handle the errors in application level using Custom error pages. Because there is no structured error handling to handle the errors, but in .Net CLR provides strong exception handling to manage the errors.
In .Net you can handle the errors, either Application level or in Page level. Now we will see how to handle the errors in application level.
Visual Studio .NET Debugging Environment
(July 15, 2002)
The typical web or software developer spends over 50% of his or her time debugging code, yet most development books spend little (if any) time on the subject. Debugging ASP.NET concentrates on debugging issues related to Microsoft’s new web development platform, ASP.NET.
This article explains the Visual Studio .NET Debugging Environment in detail.
The article is originaly from the book Debugging ASP.NET