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Jan 16, 2023 ⋅ 6 min read

A guide to visual debugging with Vitest Preview

Eze Sunday Eze Sunday is a full-stack software developer and technical writer passionate about solving problems, one line of code at a time. Contact Eze at [email protected].

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3 Replies to "A guide to visual debugging with Vitest Preview"

  1. I already debug in real time, code and test module code, step through debugging, with stats, in Visual Studio.

    What does this offer that I do not already have?

    1. From a Frontend developer perspective, being able to run your test and see how each component works like a human will normally do can be an additional value for some people and for some others it might not mean much. So, it’s based on preference.

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