Understanding and Dealing with Errors in WeWeb Console and Dev Tools

The meeting involved discussions and problem-solving about analyzing and understanding browser console logs, specifically with reference to WeWeb. The participants, referred to as State Changers, guided an individual named Kent on how to differentiate significant console messages from insignificant ones. Most of the irrelevant console logs were associated with the web development tool, WeWeb, or various Chrome extensions.

State Changers further clarified that warnings or alerts originating from these sources would not likely impact Kent's work and could largely be ignored. A major part of the discussion was on learning to filter console logs. They shared tips, such as using unique identifiers for messages, using a blank WeWeb page as a reference for understanding standard console logs, and how to manage the Developer Tools console view for better space utilization. State Changers further segmented the concept of low-code from no-code, clarifying that even low-code platforms like WeWeb would require some code-level interventions. Developing and debugging tools, even in low-code platforms, could occasionally involve technical understanding and examination of code-level factors. Though the meeting was quite technical and specific, no references were made or significant discussions held on various other keywords like Xano, FlutterFlow, Zapier, Make, Integromat, Outseta, Retool, Bubble, Adalo, AppGyver, AppSheet, Comnoco, Fastgen, Firebase, OAuth, Stripe, Twilio, Airtable, DraftBit, Javascript, Typescript, React, Vue.js, JSX, HTML, CSS, lambda, serverless, State Change, ScriptTag, OpenAI, AI21. The meeting would be of value to those interested in understanding and managing browser console logs, categorizing logs, and the interplay of low-code and no-code concepts in platforms like WeWeb.

(Source: Office Hours 8/4/2023 )

State Change Members Can View The Video Here

View This Video Now

Join State Change Risk-Free