Diagnosing Issues in JavaScript Windows Store Apps with Visual Studio 2013

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In this session, we will do a quick recap of Visual Studio 2012 (including the Update releases) support for debugging & profiling Windows Store apps built with JavaScript. Then we will quickly switch to demoing new features in Visual Studio 2013 such as debugging async JS code that uses promises, and JS/C++ interop debugging. We will also showcase the new Visual Studio performance and diagnostics hub with tools that help you diagnose issues with Memory, UI Responsiveness, Energy consumption, and code performance.
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