Application code can contain various types of errors, or bugs. Most syntax errors are caught during compilation. However, other types of errors require that you debug your code — that is, that you examine the code while it is running to validate that the execution path and data is as it should be.
The topics in this section provide information about how to use the debugger in the Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) to help you find errors in ASP.NET Web pages.
In This Section
ASP.NET Troubleshooting and Debugging
Provides information about handling errors, displaying diagnostic information about page processing, and raising and handling events for monitoring the health of an ASP.NET application.
What’s New for the Debugger in Visual Studio 2013
Discusses the enhancements to the Visual Studio debugger.
Set Up the Remote Tools on the Device
Provides steps for setting up remote debugging.
Debugging ASP.NET and AJAX Applications
Provides prerequisites and instructions for how to debug a ASP.NET application during development or after deployment.