Errors can and will happen every time you write some new computer code.
Programming code might contain syntax errors or logical errors. Many of these errors are difficult to diagnose.
Often, when programming code contains errors, nothing will happen. There are no error messages, and you will get no indications where to search for errors.
Searching for (and fixing) errors in programming code is called code debugging. And believe me, that’s not easy but the most valuable skill a developer could have.
It has the resources panel for inspecting the storage of web pages such as the HTML5 database, cookies, local storage etc.
You may have been using Chrome all these years without knowing that it has a debugging tool with so much power.
Sublime Web Inspector:
Node.js Inspector for Debugging Requests to Node Apps
Debugging the Node.js on your application’s backend can be challenging. The following tools take advantage of the capabilities of the Node.js Inspector to assist you:
- The Node Debug library for Node Inspector is a library can be included in your projects to assist you in implementing Node Inspector.
- Node.js V8 Inspector Manager is a Chrome extension which adds Node Inspector tools to the Dev Tools in Chrome.