SenchaCon 2015 brought together more than 600 Sencha developers, customers and partners from around the world to discuss the future of app development – it gave us an amazing opportunity to engage with our community and better understand your needs. Our goal is to help you design, develop and deploy innovative web applications, so we’ve been working hard to deliver tools that simplify your workflows and improve your productivity. During the keynote presentation, we introduced a brand new tool called Sencha Inspector.
Debug Your Apps – In Any Browser
As a standalone desktop application, Sencha Inspector is designed to provide intelligent debugging capabilities for any Sencha application (Ext JS 4.2.0+, Touch 2.1.0+) – regardless of the browser you’re using.
With Sencha Inspector Early Access, you can:
- Inspect your application’s structure (MVC, MVVM) and view its details
- Visualize your component tree, data stores, layouts, and events during runtime
- Analyze your application for issues such as overnested components
- Theme your application by modifying the Sass in near real-time
Sencha Inspector complements your favorite debugging tools with minimal setup – all while helping you gain a better understanding of your applications and the Sencha frameworks.
Best of all, you can try Sencha Inspector Early Access today! Let us know what you think. You can ask questions and share your feedback in the Sencha Inspector forum.
Watch this video to see all of the new features in action.
Patrick Spadaccino says
Like so many of my experiences with Sencha, downloading and trying to use this product has been utterly fraught with frustration. When it does run, it doesn’t work. Usually, it just opens and displays a white screen. To see the demo videos, using this product should be simplicity itself. Instead, I haven’t even gotten it to run properly, let alone help in my themeing and development. I realize this is an early-access product, but this obviously needs a lot of work.
Arthur Kay says
Patrick — I’m sad the experience has not been easy for you thus far.
It would be most helpful for you to tell us some specifics relating to your machine, your apps, etc by opening some threads in this forum. That way I can categorize bugs and prioritize their fixes.
We have done a great deal of testing on Sencha Inspector over the past few months, but it’s hard to catch every scenario. Thanks for helping us identify some bugs and test the EAP!