1. React
  2. Chain React
  3. 2018
  4. Debugging and Beyond with Reactotron

Debugging and Beyond with Reactotron

Darin Wilson at Chain React 2018

If you've spent any time with React Native, you've probably tried debugging your apps with Chrome. It's handy, it's familiar, it kinda works, but maybe you've thought "this could be better." And you're right: it can be. In this talk, you'll meet Reactotron, a free, open-source development tool for your React and React Native projects. You'll see how just a few lines of code will give you access to a world of useful information about what's going in your app. Get better stack traces on errors, peer into the gory details of your network requests, pry open your async storage, subscribe to Redux store changes, debug your sagas, and the list goes on. By the end, you'll be ready to start working with Reactotron in your own projects, and wonder how you ever worked without it.