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What’s new in dotTrace 6.1?
- Timeline Profiling - A new profiling method is perfect for analyzing UI freezes, sync delays, excessive garbage collections, file I/O, and other interval events.
- New Profiling Experience - Slice and dice data using filters, the call tree, or diagrams. In addition to activating a specific filter, each control is constantly updated with up-to-date filtered information from other controls.
- Timeline Diagrams - Any data you select via filters or the call tree are highlighted on Timeline diagrams.
- SQL Queries Profiling - SQL queries are now supported when profiling in Timeline mode, letting you analyze how each particular query affects application performance.
- More Flexibility for Subsystems - When analyzing profiling results get a broad overview of the subsystems used by the application.
- Enhanced Snapshot Overview - Snapshot overview now includes a Runtime chart that shows application CPU activity and memory consumption during profiling.
What’s new in dotTrace 5.5?
- Subsystems - Discover your code bottlenecks faster without digging deep into callstacks. With Subsystems view you get a quick overview of where a possible bottleneck may originate.
- Refined Overview page - You can now see all the significant information about your application performance and session parameters at one screen.
- Visual Studio 2012 integration - You can launch profiling sessions from within Visual Studio 2012 and navigate from a snapshot to the corresponding source code.
- Windows Store - Profile Windows Store applications including Windows Store test projects.
What’s new in dotTrace Performance 5.2?
- Improved Remote Profiling - HTTP is now used for remote profiling over VPNs. Both IPv4 and IPv6 are now supported.
- IIS Express - Support for IIS Express which complements existing support for full-fledged IIS and ASP.NET Development Server.
- Refined Stack Walking Mechanism – See detailed call stacks in more scenarios.
- Improvements in Plain List View - Choose to show or hide system functions from Plain List View and group functions by assembly.
- .NET 4.5 and Windows 8 Support - dotTrace Performance now provides support for .NET 4.5 applications and Windows 8.
- Attach to Running Processes - Attach the profiler to an existing .NET Framework 4.0+ process and run sampling performance analysis on it.
- Integration with ReSharper 7 - With dotTrace Performance, you can easily start profiling unit tests from Visual Studio code editor, Solution Explorer or ReSharper's unit test runner.
- Estimation of Performance Gains - Clear all adjustments on all functions visible in the current view in one step.
What’s new in dotTrace Performance 5.0?
- Improved remote profiling - HTTP is now used for remote profiling instead of a custom protocol, which allows profiling over VPNs and simplifies configuring firewall rules. Also, both IPv4 and IPv6 are now supported for remote profiling.
- IIS Express - Support for IIS Express complements existing support for the full-fledged IIS and ASP.NET Development Server.
- Improvements in Plain List View - Choose to show or hide system functions from the Plain List View, and group functions by assembly in addition to class and namespace groupings.
- Running Processes - Attach the profiler to an existing .NET Framework 4.0+ process and run sampling performance analysis on it.
- Integrated decompiler - While profiling an application, if you need to dig further into the code but you don't have source code or symbol information at hand, dotTrace 5 Performance will decompile it for you instantly and present decompiled code in its source preview area for quick review.
- Easier estimation of performance gains - The Adjust Time functionality used to estimate how optimizing a certain function affects timings of the entire snapshot has been improved.
- Enhancements and additions for supported frameworks - Ensures seamless profiling of applications that contain code targeting different CLR versions. For example, if you have a .NET Framework 4.0 application that is dependent on external libraries targeting CLR 2, this application can now be perfectly profiled.
What's new in dotTrace Performance 4.5.2?
- The latest minor update enables profiling of unit tests by integrating with a variety of recent versions of ReSharper, including 6.1, 6.0, and the 5.x family.
What's new in dotTrace Performance 4.5?
- Less noise in call stacks and improved tree presentation - Content in snapshot views is now better organized: specifically, icons to the left of the tree no longer misalign its nodes. In addition, you can now quickly fold or unfold calls that take insignificant time with Ctrl+Space.
- Extracting all public methods of a class to a single tab - You can now quickly view all public method calls from a certain class in a separate tab, which helps analyze the performance of a class along the lines of its API.
- Improved estimation of potential performance gains - You can now adjust time of a function called from a specific parent function, leaving its other calls intact.
- Sampling profiling is now used by default - Sampling is the fastest profiling mode that imposes least overhead. Of course, whenever you need to collect more detailed performance data, you can switch to tracing or line-by-line profiling.
- Previewing .NET Framework source code - By connecting dotTrace 4.5 Performance to Microsoft Reference Source Server (via View | Options | Source Preview), you can preview the source code of .NET Framework when you analyze the behaviour of library code in your snapshot.
- Displaying IL code in source view - In the Source Preview area, you can now switch between source form and CIL form of methods that you're analyzing:
- New floating license handling policy - This is an important change for customers who are using dotTrace integrated into Visual Studio in corporate environments. Before, a floating license ticket was issued right upon loading the dotTrace plug-in in Visual Studio irrelevant of whether a user actually needed it. Starting from dotTrace 4.5 Performance, a ticket is only requested after a user has performed an operation with dotTrace from within Visual Studio.
- Performance improvements - dotTrace 4.5 Performance generates Hot Spots and Plain List views a lot faster than version 4.0. Acceleration has also been applied to search in Hot Spots view and canceling view construction on pressing Esc.
dotTrace Performance Features:
- Take advantage of efficient navigation, easy filtering, smart search and handy source preview.
- Navigate from a function in snapshot directly to source file
- Launch dotTrace from Visual Studio 2005, 2008, or 2010.
- Profile CLR 4 applications
- Profile Silverlight 4 applicationsly
- Profile line-by-line
- Find out line-level timings for your application's functions.
- Use line-by-line profiling selectively if you like.
- Every millisecond counts. Use the "High Accuracy" mode to account for the time spent inside the profiler.
- Profile applications remotely with an automatic utility.
- Profile Windows Mobile apps for .NET Compact Framework 3.5
- Remote Profiling
- Profile the performance of applications targeting .NET Framework 1.0 to 4.0, or .NET Compact Framework 3.5.
- Profile complex desktop and server applications.
- Process snapshots of up to several hundred GB in size.
- Apply textual annotations to selected functions.
- Save annotations with snapshots to review them later on.
- Immediately estimate how removing a bottleneck would affect overall performance -- without recalculating your snapshot.
Performance profiling features in dotTrace Performance
- Top-class technology support - dotTrace Performance provides a fast way to profile the performance of .NET applications based on .NET Framework 1.x to 4.0, .NET Compact Framework 3.5, and Silverlight 4.dotTrace Performance is able to profile standalone desktop applications, Web applications running under IIS or Visual Studio development server, Windows services, smart device applications, remote applications, and unit tests.
- Server-scale snapshot support - dotTrace Performance is able to profile huge applications and get snapshots of several hundred gigabytes while still working at an acceptable speed. That means, you can use dotTrace Performance for profiling complex desktop and server applications.
- Tracing profiling is a very accurate way of profiling that involves getting notifications from the CLR whenever it enters or exits a function. The time between these two notifications is taken as the execution time of the function. Tracing profiling helps you learn precise timing information and the number of calls on the function level.
- Sampling profiling is a profiling method which is up to 30 times faster than tracing profiling, but at the expense of lower accuracy. It is extremely useful for at least two profiling scenarios: first, quickly getting a general idea of your application's performance, and second, profiling for extensive periods of time, up to many hours long.
- Line-by-line profiling collects timing information for every statement in a function that has source code available. This lets you collect detailed information about functions that perform significant algorithmic work. You can specify exactly which functions you want to be profiled line-by-line or profile all functions which dotTrace Performance is able to locate symbol information for. In addition, dotTrace Performance provides a 'High Accuracy' flag to account for the time spent inside the profiler. When every millisecond counts, dotTrace pays attention.
- Local or remote profiling - dotTrace Performance Professional Edition can connect to a remote machine to profile a standalone or Web application, or a Windows service. You don't even have to install dotTrace there — just copy a couple of files.
- Convenient data representation - A number of informative views (Call Tree, Hot Spots, Threads Tree and more) allow convenient inspection of profiling data stored in snapshots. The importance of each function call is represented with descriptive icons, along with precise execution times and other relevant information. You can open functions in individual tabs, easily navigate views with keyboard shortcuts, focus on relevant calls, and create profiling reports by saving views to an external file.
- Instant estimation of performance gains - dotTrace Performance is able to recalculate a snapshot instantly — without reprofiling your application. It's like asking the profiler: "what if I optimize this function by 40%?". Just call Edit | Adjust Time and specify the new time for the function or for all functions in a particular class. Time values for the entire snapshots will be recalculated.
- Comparing performance snapshots - dotTrace Performance is able to compare any two performance snapshots of the same application. It generates a comparison snapshot which shows the difference in the number of calls and times consumed by each function. Comparison snapshots can be viewed and analyzed the same way as regular performance snapshots.
- Quick function info - You can look up Quick Info on any function from the Call Tree view. The lookup window provides a summary of function statistics with respect to the selected call and to all calls in the current tab.
- Filtering and formatting - dotTrace Performance lets you hide functions of little importance from a snapshot and highlight those that really make a difference. Filter out system calls and other non-essential functions with a combination of different filters. To emphasize important functions or classes of functions, use custom formatting rules.
- Folding calls - In addition to filtering and formatting, dotTrace Performance provides another way to see all the data you want to see and none that you don't.
- Fold filtered calls - Chains of filtered calls can be set to be folded by default or folded/unfolded manually. Recursive call chains can be folded to display the aggregate timings and call counts of all functions called recursively. You can hide functions that only call other functions but don't do any calculation on their own.
- Annotating snapshots - During performance analysis, you may want to leave a comment about a function and its behavior. dotTrace Performance provides textual annotations for functions that are saved with the snapshot and can be reviewed later.
- Search and navigate function calls - You can quickly locate functions and navigate to them. When searching for a function, you can type in the function name using CamelHumps, just like you do in ReSharper. You can highlight all occurrences of the function in the current view and then navigate between them with a simple press of a key.
- Visual Studio integration and source code preview - dotTrace Performance provides a two-way integration with Visual Studio 2005, 2008, and 2010, allowing you to profile your applications right from the IDE, or view suspicious source code right from the profiler (and open it in Visual Studio for editing.) Run dotTrace Performance from Visual Studio: With a single button click, you can launch profiling or your startup project directly from Visual Studio. In addition, if you have ReSharper installed in your Visual Studio, you can easily start profiling unit tests from the code editor. Open a file from dotTrace Performance in Visual Studio — if your solution is opened in Visual Studio, you can click a button in the Preview Source tab to navigate to the corresponding source file in Visual Studio.