One of the main tasks of the programmer is finding and correcting errors in their code. This is called debugging. The more you code, the more likely it is that you’re going to have some debugging to do. It’s only natural and not a cause for share or concern. After all:
“It’s only those who do nothing that make no mistakes” – Nikola Tesla
It’s worth knowing that our integrated development environment (IDE) of choice is equipped with a variety of tools that can speed up and simplify debugging.
VS Code has plenty of useful features for debugging. How to debug Node.js application in Visual Studio Code? Learn more from this tutorial.