Debug Tools, available within the App editor, enables you to troubleshoot and fix issues with Retool apps. These tools include a status bar and app state information, console log, and linting. Click the errors text in the lower right corner or press
Ctrl + ` to open Debug Tools.
The status bar at the bottom of the app editor displays the current environment, release, query runtime information, and the number of errors. You can click the environment to open a list of other environments to switch to. Clicking the error text in the lower right corner or pressing
Ctrl + ` opens the Debug Tools.
text1.value returns the
text1 component's value.
The Timeline tab shows a live view of all query runs. It makes it easier to visualize run times, compare sequencing, and identify failed, successful, and active queries. This feature is useful when debugging apps that run multiple queries in parallel or that chain queries together.
The State tab provides a list of queries, components, and global variables used in your app. Clicking an item in the sidebar displays more details. For example, if you select a component, you can see the current value and other property information. At the bottom of the window, it also shows the queries that component depends on. If you select a query, the components updated by that query are displayed instead.
Updated 4 months ago