By WalkingTree July 08, 2020
Let’s take a look at some of the most common questions in regard to the debugging of Ext JS applications.
- Can you provide a classical example that spotlights on the security aspect of web applications?
- How can we detect memory leakage in the solution?
Chrome has a lot of powerful debugging tools to detect memory leaks.
- Which option should be used to access a component? “id” / “itemid” / “reference”?
For the debugging process, any of these options can be used. Check out Sencha’s latest webinar recording on ‘Exterminating Bugs in Your Ext JS App’ for a better picture of how to effectively debug your Ext JS application.
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