re: Stop Console.Logging! This is How to Use Chrome to Debug JavaScript VIEW POST

re: Thanks for reading Sebastien! Perhaps the better word instead of wrong is inefficient. Quoting Google: The console.log() method may get the job ...

I like using both. DevTools for more complex debugging where I want to understand the flow of my program. Console log for quick outputs of any variable that I want to see after I modify it. I don't have to go in and manually set a breakpoint and waste time stepping in and out and hovering over variables with my mouse to see what they are.

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