Update: Development of GapDebug has been discontinued. Read the End of Life Notice for more information.
Simply plug and debug!
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Remote debugging with GapDebug starts with 4 simple steps:
- Step-1: Configure your workstation to support USB connected devices, e.g., install iTunes
- Step-2: Enable remote debugging on your device (30 second step)
- Step-3: Configure your app for debugging, e.g., sign the app with a developer certificate (1-5 mins)
- Step-4: Connect your device and launch the app (15 secs)
Until now mobile developers’ choices for debugging hybrid mobile apps built on technologies such as Cordova and PhoneGap has been adhoc at best with limited functionality or restricted to vendor specific platforms such as Apple’s Mac OSX. GapDebug removes all of these barriers enabling you to remotely debug your iOS and Android apps simultaneously from a common user interface hosted on your Windows or Mac OSX workstation.
It's insanely easy to use, check it out!
More on the features & benefits of using GapDebug features and benefits:
- Common user interface for Android and iOS debugging
- Rich set of debugging tools and service
- No vendor lock-in
- Free for all Cordova and PhoneGap developers
- DOM Inspector
- Network Monitor
- Local storage and WebDB Explorer
GapDebug is available for Windows and Mac OSX. Supports debugging iOS 7 & 6 apps signed with a developer certificate and Android 4.4 and greater apps built with debugging enabled. Requires device to be connected to the GapDebug host workstation via a USB cable.
And that's GapDebug - please let us know what you think of the software by sharing on social media with #gapdebug
Posted on Jun 24th 2014