The .NET Component Inspector allows you to inspect and execute any .NET component or application. Quickly find out how a component behaves using event logging, a visual design surface, method execution and field/property inspection.
ActiveX/COM Inspector 1.1.13 The ActiveX/COM Inspector allows you to inspect and execute any ActiveX control. It works with controls and typelibs. Quickly find out how a control behaves using event logging, a visual design surface, method execution and property inspection.
Description: The Component Inspector allows you to inspect and execute any .NET code (application, class, or component). The inspector includes the following: Event Logging - View the events generated as a result of the execution of any object. Examine the all event information related including the stack trace and event object; Visual Design Surface - Examine and modify the behavior of visual components at both design and runtime. Construct arbitrary combinations of controls; Object Browser - Examine and modify the contents of any objects; Method Execution - Execute methods on any object; Drag/Drop Object Creation - Create an object of any type; Intelligent Object Browsing - Presents common classes (IList, etc) without internal details, allowing you to easily and directly access the contents; Direct Execution - Directly execute any application, class or control without writing any code.
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