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Using condition breakpoints to fix a bug

An example using conditional breakpoints to find a corner case in our test application.

Getting started with nerd.vision for Java applications

By following the steps in this blog post you will be able to install and configure nerd.vision so you are able to debug your applications in any environment, hosted in any cloud. The process will typically take around 10 minutes. In this blog getting started will be split in 3 simple steps: 1) Configuring the agent on your application. 2) Configuring a workspace within the nerd.vision 3)Web AppSetting breakpoints to start debugging. These 3 steps are the same in any environment, whether it is hosted locally, in the cloud or in a virtualised platform.

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Introduction to nerd.vision video

You can view our introduction to nerd.vision video here.‍ In this video we will show you in 3 simple steps how to install and configure nerd.vision: - configuring the agent on your application, - configuring a workspace within the nerd.vision Web App, - setting breakpoints to start debugging

Installation and configuration instruction video for nerd.vision

You can see how to install and configure nerd.vision in our useful video we also have details and code in our getting started with nerd.vision blog

Getting started with nerd.vision for Java applications

By following the steps in this blog post you will be able to install and configure nerd.vision so you are able to debug your applications in any environment, hosted in any cloud. The process will typically take around 10 minutes. In this blog getting started will be split in 3 simple steps: 1) Configuring the agent on your application. 2) Configuring a workspace within the nerd.vision 3)Web AppSetting breakpoints to start debugging. These 3 steps are the same in any environment, whether it is hosted locally, in the cloud or in a virtualised platform.

Using condition breakpoints to fix a bug

An example using conditional breakpoints to find a corner case in our test application.

Intergral extends Application Intelligence platform with nerd.vision, for Rapid Production Debugging

Intergral GmbH, a leading application intelligence company, announced the launch and immediate release of nerd.vision – a new SaaS solution to enable cross-platform debugging and data capture capability. nerd.vision enables companies to quickly gain insight into their production environments without any code changes, re-deploys or restarts – it simply works.

What is nerd.vision

What is the vision for nerd.vsion, why did we create nerd.vision and what problems does nerd.vision solve

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Using condition breakpoints to fix a bug

An example using conditional breakpoints to find a corner case in our test application.

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Getting Started

Getting started with nerd.vision for Java applications

By following the steps in this blog post you will be able to install and configure nerd.vision so you are able to debug your applications in any environment, hosted in any cloud. The process will typically take around 10 minutes. In this blog getting started will be split in 3 simple steps: 1) Configuring the agent on your application. 2) Configuring a workspace within the nerd.vision 3)Web AppSetting breakpoints to start debugging. These 3 steps are the same in any environment, whether it is hosted locally, in the cloud or in a virtualised platform.

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User Cases

Using condition breakpoints to fix a bug

An example using conditional breakpoints to find a corner case in our test application.

Mikey

Non-intrusive debugging for any environment

Debug applications throughout the development lifecycle with a single tool, wherever they are hosted