Add memory and performance profiler
As per subject. Those aren't showstoppers but it would be nice to have them.
Thanks so much for the suggestion!
Xamarin Profiler 1.0 has now shipped for both Mac and Windows. Learn more here: https://www.xamarin.com/profiler
Please add this to Indie. We're not going to go from $25->$83 per platform per month forever just for this, but it is important for quality apps
Paul B commented
Can you open this up to indie? Fairly necessary to have profiling tools, even on an indie package.
Chris Bingham commented
this needs to be available for indie too! i'm having a lot of pain diagnosing OOM errors :(
Shouldn't this suggestion be marked as in progress now that you have announced the Xamarin Profiler? http://xamarin.com/profiler
Nina V commented
Profiler download is available at xamarin.com/profiler
Miha Markic commented
FYI profilers have been announced and demoed at Evolve! Previews should be downloadable any minute now (according to Miguel)
I could totally use this. Up-Voted.
Consider working with Red Gate to add Xamarin/Mono support to the ANTS profilers. These have worked wonders for our Windows desktop app. I'd love to be able to use them on our mobile apps too.
Not nice going back to logging. :s
Carter Henderson commented
Unbelievable that this hasn't been implemented yet
We need this.
Basile Mellac commented
I'm wondering how could you possibly relase an app in good conscience without a proper performance and memory profiling phase !?
Even more for mobile apps..
I can't, but I'm scared I'll have to at some point...
Needed very badly.
Richard Kershaw commented
Method profiling would be fantastic - something like ANTS where you can drill down to cumulatively lengthy methods, for example.
Paul Knopf commented
WE NEED THIS!!
I agree. It's currently very difficult to track down memory leaks.
Please, we NEED memory profiling tool.
Isaac Eckert commented
Lars Krog-Jensen commented
I can not agree more, this should be top priority.
In my opinion Xamarin is very feature rich as is, and now we need tools to build demanding quality apps. Don't spend time on UI builders or such, and devote time for memory and performance profilers.
Coming from WPF and WinForms development aswell as Java server side there are many top quality tools. Current state is like stepping back a decade in time.
Agree that it should be a top priority.
Terry O'Neill commented
This should be a top priority.