Last post Aug 22, 2018 05:59 AM by Nan Yu
Aug 21, 2018 09:45 PM|jorgebeteta|LINK
I'm using Chrome debug environment to debug my asp.net mvc applications.
I'd like to know is there is some extension to show or find the name of the page or view that I'm debugging with Chrome. Sometimes, when debugging a new project and I'm not still familiar with all the names of pages, views and methods, that could be a great
I know that for Angular 6 there is a Chrome Extension called Augury, that helps debugging Angular sites in a friendly way. Don't know if there is something similar for asp.net.
Aug 22, 2018 05:59 AM|Nan Yu|LINK
You can check the requests in Chrome DevTools Network panel and source tree in "Sources" panel , it will show which controller/action(match the MVC Route) and page html source you are using .
I am not sure what is the required features the extension will provide , you can provide more details about that , and i haven't use such extension to debug in MVC before. Other community members may suggest one effective extension .