Understanding and Filtering Console Messages in a Web Development Tool

In this meeting, the State Changer named Kent is seeking help with console errors in his web app. He wants to know which errors he can safely ignore and how to filter out irrelevant messages in the console. Ray explains that Kent can filter messages using the search function and gives an example of filtering messages containing the word "context." He advises Kent to create a baseline page without his plugin to understand the typical cadence of messages. Ray also suggests identifying messages coming from extensions and not worrying about them. He demonstrates how to inspect the source of JavaScript files and explains that most of the messages are related to built-in code by Weweb. Finally, Ray emphasizes the importance of using console.log for troubleshooting and clarifies that working with code is inevitable, even in a low-code environment like Weweb.

(Source: Office Hours 8/4/2023 )

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