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    Debugging in Lianja 5 just got much easier

    The Lianja 5 debugger and the new Troubleshooter are powerful debugging tools to help you be more productive.

    There can be no doubt it can be difficult to debug the code in .rsp server pages that are used to generate dynamic content into WebView sections.

    Lianja 5 focusses on productivity and to that end I have added a new "Troubleshooter" and extended the debugger with a much simpler way of activating it and fixing coding bugs.

    This works for all types of sections.

    Without further ado a few screenshots will better describe this new functionality.

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    Notice that when clicking the "Debug" icon the code associated with that section is loaded into the debugger and it is floated on top of the main window.

    Additionally the Troubleshooter is also shown. This can be done manually from the "Window" menu also.

    You can drag these windows around placing them wherever you want.

    As an aside, when creating custom WebViews the code generated for you will now automatically include jQuery and Bootstrap which greatly reduces the effort required to produce something attractive and functional.



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    Very powerfull!

    thanks Barry

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    HI Barry,

    great stuff. And I'm sure that the windows remember where they were last, for those developers who protect their ability to focus by working with multiple monitors. Speaking of which, I always have available on my "information" monitor the Command Window. That way I don't have to switch tabs to issue commands while debugging, and the output goes there also. These are so handy, I think I'm going to have to move my third monitor in a position where I can put it into play more actively during development. I almost always have the Data tab split off (if readers missed it, double-click on any of the tabs on the App inspector and that tab pops off by itself).

    Great stuff, thanks,

    Hank

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