Posted on Jan 29th 2015

Update: Development of GapDebug has been discontinued. Read the End of Life Notice for more information.


Did you miss last week's first ever Genuitec Twitter Chat, #genuitecchat? Well, never fear, Bob has plenty to talk about!  bob-ASK(1)Wednesday, Feb. 4th, 9 am US/Central / 4pm Germany/CET he'll be at it again, this time discussing GapDebug.

Bob and our lead developers will be online ready to answer your most burning questions about debugging with GapDebug and fill you in on why the GapDebug 2015 Update 1.0 is awesome. So awesome that:

  • there's now advanced debugger breakpoints (that don't actually break!) to save you time
  • the iOS inspector has improved search and replace capabilities (again to save you time)
  • GapDebug now supports Chrome 39, 40, and 42
  • and of course our favorite, GapDebug is still always FREE for local debugging

Have a question for the chat? Send it on over to Bob today so he can move your question to the top of the stack ensuring you get the answers you’re looking for.

Wednesday, February 4th, 9am US/Central / 4pm Germany/CET
Participate and Follow Along Using: #GenuitecChat
Tweet questions in advance to @genuitec or email info@genuitec.com

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