Monday, July 27, 2020

Re: GWT Server and debug

When I still used Eclipse I always used the plugin from  Brandon Donnelson : 

On that GitHub mainpage is a link to a YouTube playlist (under Reference). Just watch those and you should know everything you need to know about working with the plugin/superdevmode/breakpoints.

Op maandag 20 juli 2020 om 01:32:04 UTC+2 schreef Craig Mitchell:
It should just work.  Like many other tools out there, SuperDevMode uses JavaScript source maps (the old way used plugins, which are no longer allowed in most browsers).  If you debug your app in Chrome dev tools, the source you will see will be your Java code in the debugger (not the compiled JS code).

All the SDBG plugin does, is hook into Chrome so you can debug in Eclipse, instead of needing to use the Chrome dev tools debugger.

Maybe create a new hello world app, just to see how it works:

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