Debug Store apps in Visual Studio
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In this section
|Start a debug session (VB, C#, C++ and XAML)||How to start a debugging session (Visual C++, Visual C#, and Visual Basic) describes different options for configuring and starting a debugging session for an app that is written with Visual C++, Visual C#, or Visual Basic.|
|Navigate a debug session (Xaml and C#)||Debugger navigation takes you through a simple app that demonstrates how to start and stop debugging, how navigate through code, and how to view and change the program state.|
|Trigger suspend, resume, and background events for Windows Store)||The debugger disables Windows Process Lifetime Management (PLM) events that suspend, resume, and terminate apps. You can trigger these events from the debugger toolbar.
Background tasks enable you to perform important operations even when you app has been suspended. The debugger enables you start and debug these background task.