Debugging

  • Typically, when I need to debug something with dev tools on a mobile layout, Chrome’s device toolbar is sufficient enough. Occasionally, it’s necessary to debug right on the device, since certain things differ between Safari and Chrome’s emulation. The downside is that, at the time of writing this, you can’t use dev tools on your…

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  • When debugging in JavaScript, browser extenstions can be a potential source of confusion. At the very least, they may add additional noise to the process. In order to make sure you’re not dealing with any extra code outside of your application, you can use Incognito Mode to browse in private. This disables all of your extensions…

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