The CodeSite Logging System gives developers deeper insight into how their code is executing, which enables them to locate problems more quickly and ensure their application is running correctly. CodeSite's logging classes let developers capture all kinds of information while their code executes and then send that information to a live display or to a log file. Furthermore, both styles of logging, live logging and file logging, can be performed locally or remotely (via TCP, UDP, or HTTP).
A key element to CodeSite's effectiveness is that unlike message boxes and inspecting variables on breakpoints, CodeSite messages are not transient. The resulting log of messages provides valuable information for locating problem areas in your code. In addition, sending CodeSite messages does not interrupt the flow of your application as happens when message boxes and breakpoints are used.