In a recent tutorial, I covered how to debug iOS applications that are deployed to a device. When you’re testing through the browser it’s easy enough to use the built in browser tools for debugging, but it’s no so obvious how to do that when you’re actually running the application on your device.
In this video tutorial, we look at how to remotely debug an Ionic application that is running on an Android device, and we also go through an example of how you might debug some performance issues.
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