Skip to content
Create a gist now

Instantly share code, notes, and snippets.

Debugging & Profiling Node.js
ttezel commented Mar 21, 2013

thanks for this list - helpful!


Very helpful indeed. Thanks!


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


great resource 👍 :feelsgood:

passy commented May 1, 2013

There's also traceGL now:


Very good,thank you!


Thank you.


Thank you!

balupton commented May 1, 2013

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

bjkim commented May 10, 2013

Good job! thanks :)


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


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

b5 commented May 12, 2013

inspect heap snapshots with node-heapdump?

rizalp commented May 12, 2013

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


Cloud9 IDE ( comes with a Node.js debugger.


@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:

jkrems commented May 12, 2013

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.


datio commented Aug 3, 2013

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

Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment
Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.