How to debug Office Add-ins that use the Edge web browser control

Office add-ins running in the Windows Desktop version of Office products are hosted using an embedded web browser control within the Office product. Traditionally this browser control was based on Internet Explorer (IE). This has changed recently so that later builds of Office are using Edge as the browser control. The technique used to debug... Continue Reading →

How to enable CodeLens for viewing Application Insights telemetry directly in Visual Studio for Web API projects

I had been using Application Insights for a while with a Web API project and found it immensely valuable for monitoring how the Web API was performing and discovering any issues in production. I only recently stumbled across the fact that for ASP.NET projects, the Application Insights telemetry is surfaced and available in your source... Continue Reading →

How to Debug Modern Office Add-ins on Devices (iPhone/iPad) using Firebug

Debugging modern Office Add-ins with current tooling can be quite challenging. Although the technology of the add-ins you write is consistent and conforms to web standards (HTML, JavaScript, CSS), the way the add-in is hosted in the different Office clients makes it challenging to use debugging tools (as the add-in isn’t simply running in a... Continue Reading →

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