Debugging TypeScript in MyEclipse
Many developers spend half of their time fixing bugs. A powerful debugger is critical to produce a quality web application in a timely manner. That is why our debugger is so valuable, making it easy to debug your TypeScript.
This page details the debugger in MyEclipse.
Note: You can also use the CodeMix plugin for creating and debugging apps using TypeScript. CodeMix is compatible with MyEclipse 2017 and higher and works with existing Professional or higher licenses. Refer to Debugging in CodeMix for more information.
Setting up the TypeScript Debugger
On the TypeScript>Compiler property page, ensure “Generate corresponding .map files” is checked to ensure source maps are generated.
Starting the Debugger
If your TypeScript is part of a Java EE application, see Debugging Generic Web Applications.
Using the Debug Perspective
The first time the debugger encounters a breakpoint, you are asked to switch to the Debug perspective. Select Remember my decision to avoid this message in the future, and then click Yes. The Debug perspective includes the views you need to effectively debug your code.
Editing Debug Configurations
Debug Configurations for TypeScript.
Source Map Support