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Debugging & Profiling Node.js
@ttezel

thanks for this list - helpful!

@cherifya

Very helpful indeed. Thanks!

@kevireilly

Just a heads up regarding the Nodetime: they now require an accountKey that you need to get by signing up at their web site.

@rizwaniqbal

great resource :+1: :feelsgood:

@passy

There's also traceGL now: https://trace.gl/

@shaoyuan1943

Very good,thank you!

@muhammadghazali

Cool!
Thank you.

@teltploek

Thank you!

@balupton
Owner

Wow, traceGL seems amazing! Added it to the list :) Also added downgrade information for node-inspector

@bjkim

Good job! thanks :)

@paulirish

Flame Charts just landed in Chrome DevTools (cpu profiler) so porting them into node-webkit-agent should actually be fairly easy. cc @c4milo

@advanced

@paulirish can't seem to find the option in the cpu profiler. are you using chrome canary?

@brendanobrienesq

inspect heap snapshots with node-heapdump?

@rizalp

Awesome. Is there any way we can integrate these tools with Sublime Text?

@javruben

Cloud9 IDE (c9.io) comes with a Node.js debugger.

@msolujic

@balupton great list of tools.

For those of us who come from Eclipse comfort, debugging can be a lot like you are used to with JVM: https://github.com/joyent/node/wiki/Using-Eclipse-as-Node-Applications-Debugger

@jkrems

Shameless plug: I'm currently working on a something that's pretty similar (and started as a fork of) to node-inspector [1]. It could be interesting for people using coffee-script since it has support for source maps. And it works with the built-in DevTools that ship with Chrome.

[1] https://github.com/jkrems/bugger

@datio

You might want to edit your SO answer by adding Google WTF.

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