Posts Tagged ‘remote debugging’

So You’ve Got Bugs, Huh?

Whenever you write JavaScript, you’re risking creating bugs. The risk of bugs increases proportionally as the amount of code and code complexity increases. There are ways to avoid bugs; I recommend ESLint, JSHint, or a language extension such as TypeScript to help reduce the introduction of bugs into your codebase. This post isn’t meant to […]

Cool Android Development Stuff Part 2: Remote Debugging

Wow. So. It’s been almost two months since I wrote my article on setting up Android Debug Bridge. I promised a follow up post on using ADB and the Chrome Developer Tools to debug HTML, CSS and Javascript on your Android device, AND I AM A MAN OF MY WORD. I might not be very […]