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Demystifying Debugging With React Developer Tools

Bugs are often buried deep within the code and software developers spend a great deal of time hunting them down. Many software developers debug front-end code using the browser’s console logging, but this is cumbersome and inefficient. Discover how React Developer Tools can speed up the debugging process by providing powerful tools to inspect components, monitor state and props, and track rendering and performance.

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Teimur Gasanov

Teimur Gasanov

Hunting and Analyzing High CPU Usage in .NET Applications

Software performance in production is hard to analyze. Things can go wrong at any time, and code can start executing in ways that weren’t planned for. In these cases, what do we do? In this article, Toptal engineer Juan Pablo Scida analyzes a real scenario of high CPU usage of a web application. He covers all the processes and .NET code analysis involved to identify the problem, explains how the problem was solved, and most importantly, explores why this problem happened in the first place.

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Juan Pablo Scida

Juan Pablo Scida

Debugging Memory Leaks in Node.js Applications

Memory leaks in long running Node.js applications are like ticking time bombs that, if left unchecked in production environments, can result in devastating outcomes. These bugs are often considered to be hard to find. However, with the right tools and a strategic approach, memory leaks can not only be solved but also avoided in the future. In this article, Toptal engineer Vladyslav Millier gives us insight into what memory leaks are, how some sophisticated debugging tools can be used to find memory leaks, and how to plug them once and for all.

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Vlad Miller

Vlad Miller

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