Introducing the Dark Screen of Death

Ever experienced being blinded during late-hour work by the developer exception page in ASP.NET Core? What is commonly referred to as the "White Screen of Death" (WSoD) is great for inspecting exceptions while developing:

White Screen of Death (WSoD)

But this page is just so bright that when you launch a website from Code or Visual Studio with dark mode, the page is instantly burned into the retina of your eyes. That's why we've built Dark Screen of Death (DSoD):

Dark Screen of Death (DSoD)

With DSoD, you get a beautiful dark mode version of the WSoD. Enable or disable it directly from the exception page. You can download the extension from the Chrome Web Store here: Error logging and Uptime Monitoring for your web apps

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