Stop Running with the Visual Studio Debugger

Posted by: OdeToCode Latest Articles, on 16 Aug 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

A number of people who have seen me code this year have asked me how I can make changes in an ASP.NET web application and see the changes in the browser without restarting the web application. The person asking always runs the application by starting the Visual Studio debugger. The problem with starting the debugger is that later youll have to stop the debugger, and stopping the debugger also stops the default host process (IIS Express). Refreshing the browser at this point is like waiting for an...

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