Monday, March 28, 2011

WPF Inspector

Debugging databinding and the visual tree of a WPF application can be hard. Last week I found WPF inspector on Codeplex.

“WPF Inspector is a utility that attaches to a running WPF application to troubleshoot common problems with layouting, databinding or styling. WPF Inspector allows you to explore a live view of the logical- and visual tree, read and edit property values of elements, watch the data context, debug triggers, trace styles and much more.”

It allows you to attach to your running WPF applications and start browsing through a lot of available information like properties, the datacontext, triggers and so on… This simplifies debugging a lot.

A must have for every WPF developer out there.

Inspecting logical and visual tree

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