Beta Sencha Inspector Release Debugs Ext JS Applications
|Stuart Parkerson in HTML5 Friday, September 4, 2015|
The new beta release of Sencha Inspector provides a debugging tool with direct access to components, classes, objects, and themes for apps built using Sencha frameworks. With Inspector beta, developers can debug Ext JS classic and modern applications.
Sencha Inspector provides the ability to debug an application in multiple browsers simultaneously such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and IE, or debug applications running on mobile devices. Inspector is a desktop tool and allows multiple simultaneous debugging sessions. Developers can debug an application running on multiple browsers, iOS and Android mobile devices and in Sencha Web Application Manager.
New features include:
- Improved app architecture
- Enhanced inspection of data stores
- Drag and drop the Inspector bookmarklet
- Valid SSL connections
- Links to documentation directly from Component Tree
- Inspection of the secure database in Sencha Web Application Manager
- A hosted demo Ext JS demo application
Read more: http://pages.sencha.com/Inspector-beta.html
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