Now, very few times in life do I get WoW-ed. Really. Now, persuing my hobby of coding, I purchased a responsive template that I’m using to develop my DLA with. And everything went well until I uploaded it to my “hidden” site. Now to try to debug on Android I thought I’d have to jump through hoops and stand on my &%&#*%$&# to get it done. Not so!
It’s so simple it’s as if it was made for a child. Follow these easy few steps:
- Ensure USB debugging is enabled. If you don’t know how, follow this guide.
- Make sure you’ve got the latest Chrome version.
- Open the page you want to debug in a tab on your phone / device.
- In the address bar type “about:inspect” and press enter.
- Check the box that says “Discover USB devices”.
- Wait for your device (or devices ! ) to appear.
- Look for the tab you want to debug.
- Click on “inspect”.
- Et voila ! A debug console opens as if you were debugging a local page!
Now THIS is how apps should be written. Google, you rock for making it so easy!
EDIT: After finishing this quick post, I came across this link: https://developers.google.com/chrome-developer-tools/docs/remote-debugging.