Before profiling you can pick the right detail level, from sampling to in depth tracing (even including arguments).
Possibility to apply filters, only trace what you are interested in.
Log all exceptions that occur during the profiling session.
Codetrack supports plugins!
You can use plugins provided by others, or write your own custom plugins.
Open source plugins provided out of the box:
Best of all: CodeTrack is free to use !
You can use Codetrack for personal and commercial use.
Please refer to the detailed license in the about window.
Interesting FREE .NET Performance Profiler and Execution Analyzer called @codetrack4net https://t.co/ho8kVIHx5D— Scott Hanselman (@shanselman) 26 april 2017
This profiler looks pretty sweet (and free) https://t.co/rVSGSLtLD5— ayende (@ayende) 24 februari 2017
CodeTrack - @Coding4Fun highlights a really neat extension for keeping track of your code's performance, https://t.co/In4qRKYer2 pic.twitter.com/qhZjK21nn8— Visual Studio (@VisualStudio) 18 mei 2017
CodeTrack is awesome https://t.co/915ku5rSCL— Kirill Osenkov (@KirillOsenkov) 31 mei 2017
Thank you for this cool app!— Jan Karger ツ (@punker76) 12 september 2017
Just found this really good CLR Profiler Tool. It has flamegraphs! https://t.co/CF9Pv6jpBR— Christoph Neumüller (@discostu105) 6 oktober 2017
Free .NET Perf Profiler & Execution Analyzer. Supports Core. Nice UI https://t.co/ermTgvSdvY— Shayne Boyer (@spboyer) 13 juni 2017
cc:/ @ben_a_adams @DamianEdwards @davidfowl
Great free profiler from @codetrack4net— Mauro Destro (@maurodx) 14 juli 2017
Great looking and free .NET profiler https://t.co/IPQGge5474— Brent Newbury (@BrentNewbury) 13 september 2016
Nice .NET Performance Profiler with GC, CPU Utilization, Threads Execution Analyzer, Stack Heap Storage, Execution T…https://t.co/kug98CFZRN— ☁ Ketan Agnihotri (@KetanAgnihotri) 26 april 2017
OMG the new @Codetrack4Net features. <3— Michael Letterle (@mletterle) 24 april 2017
I have used this to make my code save lots of time. It is amazing how this little things add up.— David Parvin (@dparvin) 26 april 2017
CodeTrack is a one-man project. It started as a small spike out of curiosity towards the inner working of the .NET framework. As time went by, I started to sense maybe it would be worth to be used by other people. The basic functionalities are covered but there's a long list of cool and unique features still to come!
If you have some issues or have a great idea for a neat feature, feel free to contact me.
This profiler is just a hobby project which means it is being developed only in my spare time. I also have a real daytime job, and I love to spend some time with my wife and kids. Please keep that in mind when I don't immediately get back to you.
CodeTrack is free to use, as well for personal as commercial use. If you like CodeTrack: let me know, that will definately encourage me to go on with this project :-) Also, make sure to spread the word and share with your fellow developers: a tweet, like or share is greatly appreciated !
I hope that CodeTrack can help you in your daily life as a .NET developer as much as it does me !
Nico Van Goethem
Creating CodeTrack is a challenging task and uses up quite a lot of my spare (and family) time. If you like to support me, you can do so by making a donation.
This project wouldn't have come this far without some of these cool open source iniatives: