Faster Debugging with Chrome Dev Tools
·Jul 15, 2020·
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A lot of times you want to look at request objects and response objects of an API a bit more extensively and with a lot more freedom than what your browser allows. For this, I use this neat shortcut to copy the JSON to my editor.
Go to the Network tab -> right click on the Response object -> select Store as global variable
Chrome will save this as a variable
temp1, which you can access from the console.
Now, run the command
copy(temp1). This will copy the whole object to your clipboard.
PS: You can use "Store as global variable" for the logged objects in your console too.
This post is part of the series Bytes. Feel free to share some nifty tricks you use in your day-to-day in the comments. You can also @ me on twitter