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There is a feature of Chrome DevTools that lets you:
That last one is pretty awesome. If you’re debugging a problem that only seems to happen on the live website, it gives you a debugging tool that will allow you to get at the root of the problem.
We’ll use that feature here to figure out a weird bug I was experiencing.
Taken to the extreme, you could potentially even use DevTools as your primary code editor, since it’s capable of mapping files back to where your actual project is on disk.
Frontend Masters has an in-depth course all about Chrome DevTools. There is a lot to know, from editing, to debugging code and finding problems, to profiling web performance.