First code profiler for Silverlight
- Posted: Feb 19, 2010 at 1:40AM
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Join ISV Developer Evangelist
Henrik Westergaard Hansen from Microsoft Denmark as he sits down with lead developer Richard Flamsholt to talk about EQATEC's latest offering: the first publicly available code profiler for Silverlight applications.
The company's EQATEC Profiler was released back in April 2008 to much appreciation among developers because it was - and still is - the world's only code profiler for .NET Compact Framework applications, and also quite easy to use. Now, EQATEC has leveraged that technology in the newly released version 3.1 of their profiler so it works with Silverlight applications, too, as well as full .NET and .NETCF apps.
Join Henrik and Richard for two actual demonstrations and a talk about how this code profiler works internally and what the secret is. An early version of the SilverFace application Scott Guthrie showcased at PDC09 is briefly profiled, as is EQATEC's own large Silverlight client-app for their EQATEC Analytics service. In that client a real performance bottleneck is identified and fixed so data in a particular view loads 2.25 times faster.
Download EQATEC Profiler at http://www.eqatec.com/tools/profiler and follow @eqatec on Twitter.