Oct 26

Speed Up Your Kentico Debugging in Visual Studio

Any seasoned ASP.Net developer knows that building your project(s) before starting a debugging session is an important step to take to ensure that there are no silly coding mistakes lurking around. Most seasoned Kentico developers know that performing a full build on a Kentico web site project can be time consuming if there is not a Solid State Drive in use on the computer running Visual Studio.

I myself have experienced this issue many times over, and a long time ago I finally decided to see what options there are out there for speeding up the process. During my recent journey to Kentico Connection Prague, a few of the other Kentico MVPs reminded me that I had never put out a blog post about a simple trick that you can take to speed up your debugging session in Kentico. Today I am going to illustrate one method that might just save you and other Kentico developers out there some time.

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Aug 02

How to Setup Debugging for Custom Event Handlers in Kentico CMS and Visual Studio 2010

This post applies to using Kentico CMS 5.5+ and Visual Studio 2010. It may seem a bit basic to some veteran Kentico developers, but I had to show a few co-workers the ins and outs of setting up a solution the right way. Once they had it, they were able to debug through a local project that contained both the core Kentico code and the extra sample code for creating a custom event handler. You might have a question on what exactly a CustomEventHandler is for Kentico. Well it is basically an avenue...

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