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To launch Developer Tools in Google chrome
1. Click on Customise and Control Google chrome button on the top right corner of the browser window
2. From the More tools option, select Developer tools
Alternatively you can also use the keyboard shortcut F12.
Setting breakpoints in Google Chrome : To set a breakpoint, simply click on the grey margin where you see line numbers in the Sources tab.
A blue tag appears indicating that a breakpoint is set. At this point if you reload the page, the breakpoint should be hit and you should be able to step thru the code using the following keyboard shortcuts.
Step over – F10
Step into – F11
Step out – Shift + F11
Continue – F8
You can also use the respective buttons in the Developer tools to step thru the code instead of using the keyboard shortcuts.
To remove a breakpoint simply click on the grey margin again.
Setting a conditional breakpoint : To set a conditional breakpoint, right click on the grey margin and select “Add conditional breakpoint. You can then specify the condition that should be true for the breakpoint to be hit.
Call stack panel : The Call Stack panel displays the complete execution path.
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