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Rocio Trujillo
Graphic Designer and Social Media enthusiast.

Here is the Twitter chat recap in case you missed it!

Q1. To kick things off, for those new to hybrid app dev, what does bring to the mix?
A1 is a free debugger for and appls.
A1 Recent updates added more app mgmt supt.
A1 The current release is version 2.1. Actually this month mark 1 year anniversary of GapDebug 1.0 release.

Q2. Congrats on hitting 1 year on ! What are the key cross-platform features of GapDebug?
A2 Key debug features incl: DOM & CSS explorer, network & event monitoring javascript debugger, & js profiling
A2 Beyond debugging GapDebug incls: app installation, UI snapshots, syslog viewer & most useful is “instant debugging”

Q3. “Instant Debugging” sounds awesome, but how is it different from normal debugging of mobile apps?
A3. W/ instant debugging enabled for an app GapDebug will auto start debugging the app when it is launched. Super Convenient!

Q4. Nice! So it has been 6 weeks since our last on . What’s new since then? 🙂
A4 We dev team recently rolled out ver 2.1 updated to work with the new 9 release

Q5. So if I’m knee deep in apps with and need help using it, how do I get assistance?
Q5 Ping us w/ your questions on the public forums here

Q6. What mobile web UI frameworks does work with?
A6 is able to debug any hybrid-mobile app and javascript framework on &
A6 We test with the top mobile javascript frameworks such as
A6 I almost forgot to mention debugging support for as well

Q7. This question was asked a while back but I want to address it again. Can debug plugins?
A7 Absolutely, but let me qualify that is limited to debugging the JS interface side Cordova plugins
A7 I’ll add that I rec used w/ XCode & Android Studio for dev & debugging plugins. -debug worked great

Q8. How is GapDebug’s support on the latest release?
A8 The current ver of works great with . We have an update coming soon w/ the new inspector UX

Q9. Nice! Do you have a time frame for the upcoming inspector update for GapDebug?
A9 We are shooting to make the next release available late this week.


We’ll see you on our next #GenuitecChat on October 20th
10 am NY, Stay tuned! 😉

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Posted on Oct 7th 2015