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Stephan Miller
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Oct 8, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

Debugging React Native apps with Flipper

Stephan Miller Stephan is a full-stack web and mobile developer with over 16 years of experience.

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One Reply to "Debugging React Native apps with Flipper"

  1. There’s something extremely missing.

    How is syntax highlighting and object collapsing in the logging panel not a thing? We’re taking about huge state slices here, are we really expected to read through them in plain unhighlighted unformatted incollapsibke raw text?

    Such basic functionality is missing which is why nobody I’ve personally talked to about this is adopting this.

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