There are so many productive tools and packages out there that can be used for profiling an ASP.NET MVC application. While back I wrote a quick intro about how Glimpse can come handy profiling your web application.
There is one more simplistic and quick way to start profiling load / execution time for your application routines using MiniProfiler. This little package is prepared by folks at Stackexchange and used for Stackoverflow.com and other sites.
MiniProfile's homepage shows quick way to » Read more
Note: [Deprecated Content] This was written while ASP.NET and .NET Core was in beta (around beta5 or beta6). Since then a lot of stuffs have changed and moved around. Stuffs described below may or may not be true for current stable releases of ASP.NET Core. I recommend not to follow along and get confused. Use official configuration documentation that explains it correctly - docs.asp.net
Along with the new version ASP.NET 5, comes some small goodies that are worth taking look at.
One of thos » Read more
Please note: [Deprecated Content] This article is outdated now and lot of things have changed since it was written. Please refer / read to the newer version of the related article instead of the content below. Also follow along and learn about the latest bits on official ASP.NET Core documentation Thanks!
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Recently Microsoft announced .NET as Open Source with .NET 2015, ASP.NET 5 (vNext), ASP.NET Web De » Read more
If you are not using Glimpse to debugging and profiling ASP.NET web application then you are missing out on very useful stuff I must say.
This NuGet package brings many handy information about your ASP.NET MVC application, which in turn can be useful and quick help to dig state and performance issues in your application.
Advantage of adapting Glimpse is that, it can be used in production environment where it can be enabled or visible based on your custom configuration / conditon. Thus giv » Read more
Another application configuration setting you will observe in web.config of your ASP.NET MVC application is webpages:Version
The value for this setting currently is showing 184.108.40.206. This indicates the version of Webpages - Razor view engine is to be used.
This application setting was introduced during update release of ASP.NET MVC 3 and is used to identify which Razor view engine to be used for handling webpages in your MVC application.
Bas » Read more