Debug and Deploy
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS CHAPTER:
- Using an IOS Simulator on your Mac computer
- Debugging with Safari on Mac or Windows
- Debugging options on your IOS device
Get in, get out. That’s the attitude that most developers have in testing and debugging their applications. Few developers look forward to these tasks during the development cycle, and so they want to efficiently get into the code, figure out what’s working and what’s not, fix any problems, and then move on.
Many IOS web app developers, unsure of where else to turn, might be tempted to resort to alert() debugging — you know, adding alert() throughout the body of the script code to determine programmatic flow and variable values. However, not only is this type of debugging painful, but it can also throw off the timing of your script, making it difficult or impossible to simulate real-world results. Therefore, in this chapter, I walk you through the various debugging options you have that either work on your desktop or directly ...