Monaca Debugger provides useful functions for testing/debugging your apps. You can find Debugger Functions button when you run a project in Monaca Debugger. When you click on Debugger Functions button, you will see:
While using Monaca Debugger, you can also take screenshots and save them on the device’s storage. In the screenshot screen, you can:
save it on the device’s storage.
Monaca Debugger allows you to see the log of the app which will show the progress and errors of the app while running.
Inspector function allows you to debug/inspect your project using Chrome Dev Tools. Before started, you need to enable USB debugging on your device. For more information, please refer to USB Debugging with Monaca.
Inside Debugger Menu, there are:
Shows a list of all Monaca projects which can be run on Monaca Debugger. There are two types of projects in Monaca Debugger such as:
Monaca.io projects: projects created in Monaca Cloud IDE.
Local projects: projects created in Monaca Localkit or Monaca CLI and stored in your local PC. Local projects appear only when the debugger is paired with Monaca Localkit/CLI.
Shows a list of all currently paired and available computers. Paired computers are local computers running Monaca Localkit/CLI and currently connected to the debugger. You may want to see to the following documentations:
Shows debugger’s configurations such as memory usage, splash screen (Android only), storage usage and so on. Synced files are synced project files while storage data is previously stored data (local storage data) created by your projects on your device’s memory.
Shows detailed information of the debugger such as version, platform, CLI version, WebView Engine (Android only) and available plugins.
From the project list inside Monaca Debugger, there is a Project Options button for each Monaca.io project. Inside this Project Options button, you can:
use network install: installs a built app of the current project directly from Monaca debugger.