Software debugging is time-consuming and effort-consuming. Although software debugging, especially fault-localization, has been studied for long, few practical debugging tools have been developed and used by the industry. In this paper we present VIDA, a visual interactive debugging tool, which has been integrated with the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment to support a programmer's debugging process. During the programmer's conventional debugging process, VIDA continuously recommends breakpoints for the programmer based on the analysis of execution information and the gathered feedback from the programmer. Moreover, VIDA provides a program outline to help the programmer choose breakpoints and visualizes the static dependency relation to help the programmer make estimation at breakpoints.