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JavaScript Asynchronous Programming with JavaScript Asynchronous JavaScript with Callbacks Stepping Through Async Code

How do you step through your code without stepping through any chrome extention JS?

When I step through my javascript code to debug, it steps through all the js files that are connected to other chrome extentions I have. Is there anyway to just have the browser run through one js file?

2 Answers

Robert Manolis
Robert Manolis
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hi Bec Asmar, there are ways to "blackbox" files so they can be ignored while debugging. Here's a Chrome doc that talks about that. Hope that helps. :thumbsup:

Thanks Robert!