A good bug-fix story has a lot of value. I want to explain why I think developers should spend more time writing about bugs.
Vercel's advertises itself as "stupidly easy" to deploy. I found it offered more debugging gems with its version tracking features.
One of my favorite tools I use while testing is Snagit from TechSmith. (It's also useful when creating user documentation.)
On a recent software project, one test would pass and one would fail with a “yarn not found” error. I turned to ChatGPT for debugging help.
If you're a tester and find a bug in the app you're testing, what do you do? Here are some steps to take when making a bug report
It took a bit to find the best way to console log while running php in Valet. Here are a couple of techniques that helped me debug locally with PHP Laravel.
Following a process like the Scientific Method can help maintain your sanity during those seemingly hopeless searches for software bugs and broken code.
React Native PassKit Wallet is a handy library for integrating your app with Apple Wallet. But what if the function doesn’t add it to the Wallet?
Ember Octane makes some things kind of difficult. Here’s a solution to one of those hard problems and why some other solutions I tried didn't work.
Emoji can help you improve debug print statements and understand what areas of the code are being hit in a quick and easy-to-read way.
Sometimes, you need to test your app’s response to network outages. Suddenly all those networked debugging tools become kind of a problem.