- From: Edson Richter < >
- Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2013 15:03:20 -0200
- Organization: Simkorp Informática Ltda
Yes, I'm using the Chrome Developer (F12), but sometimes the server side debug and client side debug seems a bit out of sync...
alert() causes several side effects that I want to avoid (like loosing focus, interrupting the - only - browser thread, etc) but then we have the console... Just put everything in there, and cross the fingers...
Thanks for the follow up.
Em 31/01/2013 13:41, Rick Fincher escreveu:
It was available several version ago through Firebug, but it had problems and was dropped. It is now only in HTML 5 but the NetBeans team is supposedly working on it for a future version release. I believe it also only works with embedded Chrome.
That along with testing routines with FireBug's debugging capability gets the job done.
On 1/31/2013 8:33 AM, Edson Richter wrote:
Can anyone point each step necessary to debug a .JS file when using Web app (J2EE, JSP mainly)?
Or this is only available in new HTML5 projects?