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

Steven Abaco
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Steven Abaco
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Is there a way to have Chrome not show an "injected.min.js" tab and just bring up the original code?

By default Chrome Dev Tools is showing a "injected.min.js" file instead of the original file. Is there a setting doing this which I can change so I can see the original file as the code is being executed? Is this a new feature in Chrome? It's difficult to see where we are in the code.

I tried using the Pretty option but it still has a lot of injected data which is difficult to follow.

Thanks for anyone who could help with this!