Debugging is the way for us to know what works and what doesn’t in our code. If a bug pops up while you’re running the application in development mode, what else can you do but debug! Of course, you can copy-paste the error in the google search bar and find a solution. But what if it’s a unique code of yours, and you don’t even know where the bug comes from. With debugging, we can assess our code properly and fix the bugs before it’s too late. Remember, it’ll cost more to fix that bug in production.
Thanks to a large number of React Native contributors, many debugging tools are available to debug our React Native apps. In this article, we’re going to explore the most commonly used ones. You’ll get to know which tool is best suited for debugging your app and how to use it.

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Debugging Your React Native App Made Easy
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