Reactime, Time Traveling State Debugger: Now Supporting Concurrent Mode, Routers, and moreby@chriswillsflannery
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Reactime, Time Traveling State Debugger: Now Supporting Concurrent Mode, Routers, and more

by chris flannery2mDecember 3rd, 2019
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Reactime, Time Traveling State Debugger: Now Supporting Concurrent Mode, Routers, and more. Chrome dev tool for tracking and visualizing state changes in React applications. It now has expanded support for hooks like useContext, useReducer, useEffect and more, and support for React Router, visually persisting state changes across different pages. The real magic happens when you introduce scaling. Because Reactime runs a realtime d3 visualiser which visually grows a tree displaying all of your state “branches”, you can easily figure out where a bug is halting your processes and how best to move forward.

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