LogRocket: Logging and Session Replay for JavaScript Apps

LogRocket is a front-end logging tool that lets you replay problems as if they happened in your own browser. Instead of guessing why errors happen, or asking users for screenshots and log dumps, LogRocket lets you replay the session to quickly understand what went wrong. It works perfectly with any app, regardless of framework, and […]

Debugging Node.js using the Chrome DevTools

With Chrome 57+, the Node.js debugging feature is enabled by default. To start debugging, run your Node.js application [using Node 6.4+] with the –inspect flag. Like so: $ node –inspect <your_file>.js Open the outputted URL or visit chrome://inspect/ to open dedicated DevTools for Node to start debugging 🙂 Debugging Node.js with Google Chrome →

Node debugging with TraceGL

TraceGL transforms your JavaScript, injecting monitoring code that produces a log of everything that happens. This log is streamed from the target – via the traceGL node.js process – to the UI for visualisation. The UI tries to display the resulting huge amount of information fast, and uses webGL to render everything. In the video […]

Become a Javascript Console Power-User

Level up on the Javascript console in the Chrome DevTools. Look at XHR requests, learn console helper functions to monitor events or explore objects better. Paul Irish from the Chrome team gives you a rundown. We all know console.x, but there’s some more stuff to do in the console … sure that $0 shorthand will […]