With Web Inspector, you can debug web content on several Apple platforms, including tvOS. This video introduces you to Web Inspector's powerful debugging capabilities, and takes you through the features designed to accelerate debugging of TVML content in your tvOS app.
Next is the Console. Besides showing messages logged by the app, this tab has features to filter the console log, clear the console log, and trigger garbage collection. The Storage tab shows a persistent state that is available to web content being inspected, which can be refreshed. By default it shows Cookies, Local Storage, and Session Storage. But as available, this tab also shows additional storage APIs, like WebSQL, IndexedDB, and Application Cache. You can add and modify any of the key value pairs displayed in this tab. Last is the Debugger, which, like the Network tab, also shows a list of resources, and has default tab features. It also has a Breakpoint section in the left sidebar, and a Scope Chain in the right sidebar. The Debugger controls to pause, play, and step through your code are in the top left corner of the tab. In summary, you can access Web Inspector for tvOS apps through the Develop menu in Safari. Use Web Inspector to examine your content in tvOS. To try the latest version of Web Inspector, download the Safari Technology Preview from the Apple Developer site. If you find bugs, report them at bugreport.apple.com. For more information and additional resources about Web Inspector and tvOS, use the links in the Resources section associated with this video. And that's your quick walkthrough of debugging tvOS apps with Web Inspector.
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