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Debugging is the process of finding and resolving errors in a computer program. It involves identifying the source of the problem, analyzing the issue, and then fixing it. Debugging can be done manually or with the help of a debugging tool. In JavaScript, debugging is essential for testing code and making sure it works as intended. It helps developers identify and fix any bugs or issues quickly, allowing them to improve the performance and reliability of their programs.
Alexandre Moureaux
Alexandre Moureaux
BAM
Talk: Debugging a Non Reproducible Crash
Jecelyn Yeen
Jecelyn Yeen
Google (Chrome DevTools)
Talk: Modern Web Debugging, Debugging with Chrome DevTools
Julián Duque
Julián Duque
Salesforce
Talk: Let's Debug Node.js Applications
Elena Vilchik
Elena Vilchik
Sonar
Talk: Static Analysis in JavaScript: What’s Easy and What’s Hard
Serkan Ozal
Serkan Ozal
Thundra
Talk: Live e2e test debugging for a distributed serverless application
Oguzhan Ozdemir
Oguzhan Ozdemir
Thundra
Talk: Live e2e test debugging for a distributed serverless application
Mark Erikson
Mark Erikson
Replay.io
Talk: Debugging JS, Building Better React Debugging with Replay Analysis
Rafael Gonzaga
Rafael Gonzaga
NearForm
Talk: The Clinic.js Workshop
Ivan Akulov
Ivan Akulov
Framer
Talk: React Performance Debugging Masterclass, React Performance Debugging
Kamil Ogórek
Kamil Ogórek
Sentry
Talk: JavaScript Source Maps, Can We Do Better?
Ryan Albrecht
Ryan Albrecht
Sentry
Talk: Solve 100% Of Your Errors: How to Root Cause Issues Faster With Session Replay