books about Cordova app development highlight GapDebugGapDebug's popularity with Android and iOS mobile app developers as an outstanding debugging platform continues to grow. Over the last year since the first GapDebug beta release we have shared how debugging is a critical activity in the app development process. GapDebug makes debugging on your mobile device or simulator quick and revealing. But, you don't have to take our word for it.

GapDebug has grabbed the attention of authors writing on the subject of mobile app development. Two new books about Cordova / PhoneGap mobile app development include GapDebug in the sections on debugging!

Apache Cordova in Action by Raymond Camden is still in the writing stage; however it is available electronically in an Early Access Edition at http://www.manning.com/camden/. This book highlights the unique benefits of GapDebug such as its ability to debug Cordova iOS apps on a Windows machine, and GapDebug's retention of console and session debug information after an app has been terminated.

Apache Cordova 4 Programming by John Wargo contains an entire section on GapDebug. It includes screenshots along with discussions on GapDebug configuration and use. Learn more about the book at http://www.cordova4programming.com/.

We are extremely excited to see GapDebug making the mobile app development lifecycle easier!

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Posted on May 19th 2015