I am currently debugging complex JavaScript code with Firebug. I am looking for a way to stop the JavaScript execution as if it was a breakpoint programmatically.  Example:  instructions ... degugger.breakpoint(); // the execution stops here as if a...
I am struggling with breakPoint issue in VS 2012 for more than hours. I am from eclipse background, there I never heard about such issues.  Problem :      The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No symbols have been loaded   for this document.   I...
I am not able to use the breakpoint in Studio with Javascript.  I'm able to debug if I use the debugger;    I've seen this Breakpoint not hooked up when debugging in VS.Net 2005 question already.  I tried the answer and it didn't work.  L...
I use Babel and Google Chrome Developer Tools with JavaScript source maps enabled. Given this code  function myFunc(elements) {   return elements     .map(element => element.value)     .filter(value => value >= 0); }   how can I pause execut...
I could be wrong, but I believe the gist of breakpoints is to pause the state of an application, and review it's previous/current state, and cycle through each "breakpoint", to identify holes, bugs, and irregularities.  I was never taught...
I need to stop on breakpoint after page reloading. I put a breakpoint in code but after reload  it's being disabled.  putting  debugger;   in code works fine.  But I was wondering if there is a way to do it in firebug or chrome dev tools....
I can't set a breakpoint in JavaScript files in my MVC projects in Visual Studio Community 2015 Update 3.  I get this error at bottom left of Visual Studio.  A breakpoint could not be inserted at this location   I can set breakpoints in C# files,...
Sometimes, in a large clientside webapp, it's necessary to identify which line of code has scrolled the document with a scrollTo() call (or if this is even the cause of the scroll*).  Is there any Chrome DevTools feature which will break JS execu...
I want to force the Chrome debugger to break on a line via code, or else using some sort of comment tag such as something like console.break()....
Say I have some JavaScript code like this:  function breakpointInside() { console.log("How do I add a breakpoint here?"); } breakpointInside();   Assume I can't edit the source file. I would like to debug breakpointInside, but I cannot fi...

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