Unfortunately, sometimes the prepared application does not work as expected. In such a case, it is useful to debug the solution to see how the application is executed. There are various ways of debugging, such as performing step-by-step execution or using breakpoints to stop the execution of a particular line of code. In this recipe, you will learn how to use both unconditional and conditional breakpoints.
To complete this recipe, you need the project with two pages, represented by the
ProductsPage classes. It is necessary to pass a category identifier while navigating from
To perform the breakpoints-based debugging, you need to follow the given steps: ...