Debug third-party code, even if you don't have the source. .NET Reflector saves time and simplifies development by letting you see and debug into the source of all the .NET code you work with. Follow bugs through your own code, third-party components, and any compiled .NET code you work with. You can see third-party code in Visual Studio, and debug into it just like your own. See how data flows through a library or component, and watch locals change as you debug. Track down the exact location of bugs in your own code or third-party libraries and find dependencies, diff assemblies, and understand how code works. Replace poor or missing documentation by seeing how the code works in context. Find unexposed and undocumented functionality and get more out of the APIs and technologies you’re using. Drill into how .NET languages and frameworks are implemented, and learn how to use them. .NET Reflector VSPro provides the following functionality: Dynamic decompilation inside Visual Studio, set breakpoints in code (F9), even if you don’t have the source. Step into decompiled code (F11), run it with the Visual Studio debugger and Go To Definition (F12) for any code. VSPro edition includes the standalone application, and the Reflector Object Browser in Visual Studio, to navigate decompiled code.