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Telescope is a .NET component which allows you to browse objects in your application remotely in runtime. The main goal of this tool is to give you the ability to check the state of variables without interrupting program execution. This tool makes software development more flexible, helps with finding and fixing bugs, and makes your programs more reliable, robust, and easy to use and design.
Telescope is a universal tool for .NET development and can be used in a multitude of scenarios and subject areas. It’s designed to be used in late testing stages and even after release (!) – in a program running in production. If you want to see what happens under the hood of your application in runtime – Telescope is the ideal tool to do it. IT professionals – developers and testers – will enjoy the efficiency and simplicity of our tool. Telescope code is easily embeddable in your program, and you will quickly notice the benefits of using it.
Use Telescope before and after release
Improve the reliability and quality of your software
Get the states of your variables in runtime
Use Telescope to support your customers
Benefit from flexible software design
The base version of Telescope 1.0.0 is distributed with no license which means it’s free for personal, educational and commercial use.
Everything you need to use Telescope can be quickly installed through a single setup file
The idea of Telescope is based on our own programming experience. We have experience designing software for applications where high quality and reliability are crucial, such as banking systems and software for algorithmic trading at stock exchanges. Download Telescope, and let our knowledge and ideas benefit your team.
Sometimes testing utilities don’t cover all possible scenarios for your software, and underrepresented scenarios can result in program malfunctions and bugs. Accounting for testing utility inadequacies is especially important in software designed to work with dynamic business rules. Every time an application has an error it’s crucial to know exactly what led to it, and what variables caused the malfunction. However, existing debugging methods cannot be used during runtime – the program must be stopped in order to know what variables are in scope and caused the problem. This approach can give you a flawed idea about your variables, and stops your application from running, which is often impractice for programs used in regular business operations. Telescope allows you to look inside a running program and check if your variables are set to the correct state.
What is Telescope, how it works, how to install and use it – here you can find answers to these questions, and how to start benefitting from Telescope. Schemes, diagrams and code samples are provided. You just need to make a few simple steps to take advantage of Telescope today.
MAKE TELESCOPE BETTER
Try the advantages of post-release debugging and the power of agile software design with our tool. If you have questions or suggestions we'll be pleased to hear back from you.
We are constantly improving our tool to make it better for our clients. Tell us what you like about our solution and what needs our close attention – we want to know what features you would like to see in Telescope.
We are open to many forms of partnerships. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to participate in the development of our ideas and establish a partnerships with us.
What is the price for Telescope?
The base version is distributed for free and without a license. It can be used for personal, commercial and educational purpose. You can copy and distribute (while maintaining the copyright of Flussig Software) the base version of Telescope. The business version (under construction) will not be free but will have advanced features compared to the base version.
What .NET versions and Windows versions does Telescope support?
.NET 4.0 and higher are supported along with Windows versions from XP and higher corresponding .NET version installed (it was tested on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10).
What resources does Telescope and TelescopeNode consume? Can it affect my application performance?
TelescopeNode gets the state of your objects in separate thread, and thus has a negligible effect on your program's performance. The volume of memory consumed doesn't exceed 10-15 Mb for most scenarios. Most of this memory is used for storing text transmitted between TelescopeNode and Telescope. This volume will be significantly reduced in future versions of Telescope.
I like the idea, but I need more features. How do you plan to develop your project?
We have many ideas on how we can improve our solution and what new features to add. As an example: we want to introduce more control over browsed objects and nodes, allow you to select objects you are most interested in. These functions will make Telescope even more powerful tool for “post-release debugging”. These features will first appear in the business version, but over time we will also improve the base version.
I have questions about Telescope – can you help me?
Sure! You can contact us by email email@example.com, by phone: +1 434 4220459 or you can leave us a message through a form at our site – we are happy to help you with any problem.
I (my company) want to develop projects together with Flussig Software – are you open to any form of partnership?
Absolutely! We are open to several kinds of partnerships. If you have thoughts about joint cooperation and distribution of our products, or you are interested in our ideas, don’t hesitate to contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: +1 434 4220459.
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