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All console logs are captured within Zipy. Starting from info, debug, warning, error, find every console log with React Dev Tools in Zipy.
Find details of every network log with detailed request response headers, payload details for the react pages. Each API and socket request will be shown within Zipy React Dev Tools.
See detailed page performance in you react pages in Performance tab of Zipy's React Dev Tools. Measure page slowness, load time with this feature.
To add custom text or log handled exceptions in Zipy use Zipy's custom log feature to see them in Dev Tools. Add exception and info logs as per your requirement.
Dev Tools also provides websockets and webRTC support for detailed debugging of problems related to the specific use cases.
Identify and address both client-side and server-side HTTP status code errors within Zipy. Access a comprehensive overview of sessions with these errors and easily navigate to affected users. Get a reference of the health of APIs in the React Dev Tools in every session.
Use the power of search to find any data within console logs, stacktrace, network logs and custom logs. No need to look for the needle in a haystack when you can very quickly search within so many logs in a simple way.
Using minified files does not pose a challenge to debug react errors. Seamless sourcemap upload via CLI enables complete stacktrace visibility with exact line numbers even for minified files within Zipy.
“As a unified platform for user session replay, frontend & network monitoring, Zipy offers an efficient solution for all my debugging needs. It is an indispensable tool for any developer.”
Patryk Pijanowski, Co-Founder
"Also, we had a call with a customer yesterday end user's message was "it's broken". In Zipy, found the session, found the error, fixed the error. Five minutes total time from reporting to resolution. Zipy is amazing."
Eddy Martinez, CEO
“Zipy has changed my life in ways I can’t tell you! Between 2 projects, I have found bugs that would have taken developers years of debugging.”
Timothy Connolly, Co-founder & CTO
“We look at user sessions on Zipy on a daily basis. We understand what's going wrong in terms of technical issues and you fix those practically before the customer even reports it to you.”
Anjali Arya, Product & Analytics
“You realize how good a product is when you have been using it for a while and then discover that this use case is not even what the creators had in mind, but your tool has much more.”
Tomás Charles, Co-founder & CEO
“We integrated Zipy early on and it's now part of our daily scrums - my team has a constant eye on Production bugs. Zipy improves our Productivity significantly.”
Manish Mishra, Co-founder & CTO
“Zipy is clearly providing a very differentiated solution. Observability is going to be the key to understanding customer issues proactively and it impacts business outcomes directly.”
Jyoti Bansal, Co-founder
“I believe that you have a unicorn, and I don’t say it lightly. I can see how my team lights up with confidence having Zipy help them. Please count on my support in any way.”
Laz Fuentes, Founder & CEO
“5 Stars. In no time, Zipy has become our go-to place for watching user journeys, and fix the most important bugs or workflows that our users are experiencing.”
Sandeep Rangdal, Senior Staff Engineer
“Zipy has been a 2-in-1 solution for us. Signed up solely for error debugging, but the session playback was so smooth that we also ended up ditching a well-known session recording tool.”
Vahe Hovhannisyan, Founder
“We use Zipy as a UX Performance & Debugging Tool. Every time there is a feature release, the testers use it to find issues. We really enjoy working with Zipy, they're very responsive & proactive.”
Vineet Jawa, Founder
Debug 4xx or 5xx issues in detail with the detailed request response header details and payload data in Zipy React Dev Tools. Payload data can often help understand what the backend services are returning and why that could be causing problems for users.
To add custom text or log handled exceptions in Zipy use Zipy's custom log feature to see them in DevTools. Add exception and info logs as per your requirement.
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React Dev Tools stands as a robust Chrome extension, specifically designed to streamline the debugging of your React application. It dissects your app's component tree structure, scrutinizing the state and props of your components, while delivering comprehensive insights into each component's performance and rendering times. For those seeking an immaculate alternative to React Dev Tools, consider Zipy. Much like React Dev Tools, Zipy offers efficient debugging capabilities. It encompasses an array of indispensable features, including browser session stack traces, console logs, network logs, and custom logs, all accessible within a single, user-friendly interface. Additionally, Zipy seamlessly integrates error breadcrumbs and DevTools details, enhancing the debugging process by consolidating breadcrumb details, timeline errors, and DevTools in a unified screen. This synchronization optimizes efficiency and ensures a smoother debugging experience. With Zipy, users can fully leverage the multifaceted functionality of console logs, stack traces, network logs, and custom logs, further enhancing the debugging process.
To employ the React DevTools extension, initiate Chrome DevTools by heading to View > Developer > Developer Tools. Within the same banner housing Elements, Sources, Console, etc., you'll spot two fresh React tabs, namely Components and Profiler. It's important to note that these tabs will solely manifest on websites utilizing React. While debugging browser errors necessitates the installation of an additional React Dev Tools plugin, Zipy offers an unparalleled DevTools solution. Zipy furnishes a comprehensive array of tools, encompassing console logs, network logs, stack traces, and performance profiling for React applications. These tools not only operate within your browser context but also empower you to troubleshoot customer issues within a live production environment. So, in summary, for those seeking React DevTools extension, Zipy delivers an all-encompassing solution to enhance your debugging capabilities.
To install React Dev Tools in your project, add the react-devtools package using the command: npm install --save-dev react-devtools. Then, include "react-devtools": "react-devtools" in your package.json's scripts section. Finally, open the DevTools by running npm run react-devtools from your project folder. However, for addressing customer grievances, you may need a tool like Zipy. Zipy offers a comprehensive solution that includes browser session stack traces, console logs, network logs, custom logs, error breadcrumbs, and DevTools details, all in one place. This simplifies the debugging process and enhances efficiency, ensuring you can address both customer and system issues effectively. With the Zipy.ai platform and its react dev tools, you are well-equipped to ensure a smooth digital experience.
React Dev Tools is potent for debugging your React app, a feature aligning well with Zipy.ai's Error Debugging and Advanced Dev Tools capabilities. It scrutinizes your app's component tree structure alongside the state and props of your components, offering an in-depth analysis of each component's performance and rendering times. By integrating with Zipy's robust framework support, especially ReactJS, and utilizing the React DevTools extension, developers can significantly enhance their debugging process, ensuring seamless and efficient error tracking and resolution, which are crucial for delivering an optimal digital experience through Zipy.
Zipy provides you with full customer visibility without multiple back and forths between Customers, Customer Support and your Engineering teams.