Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of DeveloperGuidelines/EdenMobile/Debugging


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10/10/16 20:39:31 (6 years ago)
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Dominic König
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  • DeveloperGuidelines/EdenMobile/Debugging

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    66If you have an Android phone available for development, you can remote-debug the app.
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    8  1. With the device connected to your USB, open Google Chrome on your computer.
     8 1. With the device connected to your computer via USB, open '''Google Chrome''' on your computer.
    99 2. Start the developer console (Ctrl-Shift-I), open the "More"-menu (three dots
    10     on the right), and select "Inspect Devices".
     10    on the right), and select "Inspect Devices" (under "More tools").
    1111 3. In the left column of the dialog that opens, you will see all USB devices which
    1212    are currently connected (so you should find your phone there too). If the entry
     
    1515 4. Click on the entry for your phone, then choose "Inspect" for the EdenMobile app.
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    17 Now you will see the live screen of your phone in the Chrome window, and you have the full Chrome developer console including HTML inspect, JS debugging with break points, single-stepping etc, to debug the app live on your phone (you can also interact with the app screen in the Chrome window).
     17Now you will see the live screen of the app on your phone in the Chrome window, and you have the full Chrome developer console including HTML inspect, JS debugging with break points, single-stepping etc, to debug the app live on your phone. You can also interact with the app screen in the Chrome window.
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    1919See also: https://developers.google.com/web/tools/chrome-devtools/remote-debugging
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    2120== Database on Android Device ==
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