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How to Debug Your Node.js Application on OpenShift with Chrome DevTools

How to Debug Your Node.js Application on OpenShift with Chrome DevTools

(Edit: November 22, 2019) The Node images used in this post, both community centos7 and product, are no longer being updated and maintained. For community images, please use the Universal Base Image (UBI)-based node images located here: registry.access.redhat.com/ubi8/nodejs-10

For a fully supported Product version of Node.js, please check out the Red Hat Software Collections Node.js image, RH SCL Node.js.

Recently, I wrote a post called Zero to Express on OpenShift in Three Commands, which shows how to get started using Node.js, Express, and OpenShift together as fast as possible using the Node.js s2i (source-to-image) images that were recently released as part of Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes (RHOAR).

This post will add to the last one and show how we can start to debug and inspect our running code using the Chrome Developer Tools (DevTools) inspector.

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