- In Eclipse, got to Run > External Tools > External Tool Configurations.
- Double click on Program to open a new configuration and name your new configuration (ex. Node_Config)
- Figure out where you have node.js installed.
- Fill in the following:
- Click apply, and then close.
- Step 1: Reproduce the bug.
- Step 2: Get familiar with the Sources panel UI.
- Step 3: Pause the code with a breakpoint.
- Step 4: Step through the code.
- Step 5: Set a line-of-code breakpoint.
- Step 6: Check variable values. Method 1: The Scope pane. Method 2: Watch Expressions.
- Step 7: Apply a fix.
- Next steps.
How do I run a debug project in Eclipse?
A Java program can be debugged simply by right clicking on the Java editor class file from Package explorer. Select Debug As → Java Application or use the shortcut Alt + Shift + D, J instead. Either actions mentioned above creates a new Debug Launch Configuration and uses it to start the Java application.
- Go to File Menu and select New | PHP Project. -Or- In PHP Explorer view, right-click and select New | PHP Project.
- Enter the required information in the various fields.
How do I debug HTML in Eclipse?
Try jsHybugger: jshybugger.org It lets you set breakpoints, singlestep, catch exceptions, and interact with the JS/DOM environment. You can use it from Eclipse or from a Chrome or Chrome-compatible debugger on the remote desktop. It can be used with apps that create their own webView.
How do we debug a script?
To debug a script using the debugger:
- From the Scripts tab, select Debugger.
- When a script loads, select to step through the script code using one of the following toolbar buttons:
- To set a breakpoint to pause the script, click the left margin on the desired line of code.
- Click again to remove the breakpoint.
- Right-click anywhere in the webpage and then select Inspect. Or, press F12 .
- Click the Open Console to view errors button on the top right.
- Click the error.