Chrome Developer Tools
Note: After singing the praises of the MDN’s documentation and resources, it seems strange to then call out the developer tools available in Firefox’s competitor, Chrome. This comes more from my personal familiarity of the toolset available to developers in Chrome versus what is available in Firefox and less about the viability of one toolset over the other. From my understanding, a similar or identical toolset is available in Firefox as well, this was just not always the case.
From FPS drops to information on where in the code the processor has to spend most of its time performing calculations, this can be your best friend in determining what parts of our code needs some TLC.
If you are like us at 4Thought Studios, and you are using React Native, you might also be interested in the https://expo.io/ , particularly the Expo Snack project that allows you to play around with React Native, in the browser, without any installation or mucking with Xcode or Android Studio!
What did I miss?
The Chrome Developer Tools (DevTools for short), are a set of web authoring and debugging tools built into Google…developer.chrome.com