Capture ASP.NET requests and all the associated details with the help of this very useful and powerful .NET profiler application.
- Stackify Prefix
- License :Demo
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Stackify LLC
Stackify Prefix Description
Regardless of your chosen development platform, one thing is certain: you will need to test the app you are working on and fix the possible problems before it gets into the production phase.
If your “weapon of choice” is .NET and all its related libraries, then you might want to consider using a forthright .NET profiler name Stackify Prefix that makes it possible for you to capture all the requests that are happening on your local machine in real-time.
What Stackify Prefix is really all about
Capturing all the ASP.NET requests enables you to get a thorough insight into your code and inspect elements such as database queries, web service calls, logging statements and key methods.
This is a good time to point out that Stackify Prefix is not your run-of-the-mill profiler, in the sense that it does not track all the methods called your app but only certain methods from your app’s code.
Easy to install and to get started with
As long as you make sure that .NET Framework 4.5+ is present on your system, the application can be installed in a matter of seconds and, subsequent to which, it automatically integrates itself with your computer’s taskbar.
From its small icon tray, you can easily launch the utility using your default web browser and enable or disable the Profiler. The app’s web-based user interface is well thought-out and quite straightforward.
Troubleshoot and inspect code elements from a streamlined interface
Basically, the app displays the web requests and the response times with the help of an interactive volume spike chart.
Underneath the activity request chart, you can view detailed information about individual requests, incoming requirements data, modules, the URL, debugging information, caching and logging segments, queries, databases, web service calls, etc.
Comes with support for the most common .NET libraries and their associated elements
Before concluding, you should know that Stackify Prefix comes with support for IIS-based apps such as ASP.NET Core RC1, WebForms, MVC, Web API, WCF, WebPages, Owin and for third-party frameworks such as Nancy, ServiceStack and Sitecore.
When it comes to database support, the app does not disappoint either. MongoDB, Elasticsearch, RavenDB, Azure libraries and AWS libraries are all supported. Last but not least, queues like Azure Service Bus, Azure Storage Queue, MSMQ and NServiceBus are also supported.
A .NET profiler that is both powerful and lightweight
All in all, Stackify Prefix is a powerful and easy to setup .NET profiler that ticks all the right boxes.
The utility manages to be extremely useful for capturing and displaying details about the requests for your apps while remaining lightweight on your computer’s resources and relatively user-friendly.