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Dan Abramov
At this point I think ’s React DevTools rewrite is really good and covers the vast majority of use cases. You should probably try it if you wanna better debugging experience e.g. for Hooks. It’s also much faster.
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Dan Abramov Jun 18
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
It’ll take a bit more before we’re ready to put it on Chrome Store and make it the default one. But it’s quite usable now.
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Dan Abramov Jun 18
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
Brian did 90% of the work there. But I helped a bit too! One feature I’m proud of contributing is selection restoration. If you refresh the page, it will attempt to restore the last selected component. Even if it wasn’t loaded synchronously. Hope you’ll like it.
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pequop Jun 18
Thank you for your contributions!
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andy Jun 18
this was what i wanted the most — excited to try!
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Dan Abramov Jun 18
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
There are some other notable new features too: - you can force Suspense to show fallbacks in case you debug loading states - you can log component props to console by pressing a button - you can filter out different kinds of components Give it a try and tell us what you think!
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Dan Abramov Jun 18
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
I guess toggling Suspense might only be working with React builds from master at the moment.
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Brian Vaughn Jun 18
Replying to @dan_abramov
There's also... * A much richer interface for inspecting hook values * Reload-and-profile * Export/import profile data * Owners list/tree views
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John Costanzo Jun 18
Firefox version?
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Brian Vaughn Jun 18
Replying to @jrock2004 @dan_abramov
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Anthony F. Jun 18
very excited for it to be the default release! great work everyone
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Scott Dowding 🏳️‍🌈👨🏻‍💻🇨🇦 Jun 18
Fantastic work!
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Raibima Putra Jun 18
I use it in my greenfield function-and-hooks only project but it doesn't seem to expand hooks Object & array states beyond their types. Do I need to build react from master?
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Brian Vaughn Jun 18
Replying to @raibima @dan_abramov
No. Share a repro with me? Also make sure you aren't running a really old/outdated version of v4 DevTools
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Chad Jun 18
You've really done a tremendous job on this. Thank you very much.
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Nikolay Stoynov Jun 18
This is kinda stopper for using it: There is no idiomatic way to use both devtools and debugger
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Brian Vaughn Jun 18
Replying to @arvigeus @dan_abramov
Don't see what this has to do with DevTools?
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Raibima Putra Jun 18
Nevermind! I just checked again and it works as expected now. Sorry for the false alarm!🙇‍♂️🙇‍♂️
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Dimitris Karagiannis Jun 18
Is "update flashing" removed completely or hidden somewhere? (Or is it in front of my eyes and I am blind? 😅)
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