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Be the Best Bug Hunter in the JavaScript Universe

Do you ever wonder why your app isn’t doing what it’s supposed to?

I do, but only ALL.THE.TIME…

I have found it’s often a “handshake failure,” when some item of data being OVER HERE is passed so it can be used OVER THERE and something gets lost, overwritten, marked as the wrong data type, etc.

So, of course we use lots of “print” or “console.log” statements to log the data so we can compare what IS there with what we EXPECT to be there.

If you do this enough, you end…

David Kaiser

Collector of Photons; Wrangler of Parentheses; Language Guy (Human and Code)

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