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The only time-travel debugging tool you need to develop your React application by tracking, visualizing, and reverting state changes.

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  • Replay

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    🔴 Record your website in the Replay Browser
    🔍 Inspect the replay with familiar devtools
    👋 Share with friends and submit the best bug reports⠀
    ▶️ Replay captures all of the context needed to replay and inspect the web.⠀
  • Proxyman

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    Proxyman is a native OSX HTTP Debugging Proxy app, which is capable of proxying and intercepts the HTTP/HTTPS requests. The app helps you debug your HTTPS request from apps, domain, remove devices and iOS simulator and replicate the requests.

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  • Sonar by Facebook

    Sonar is a platform for debugging mobile apps on iOS and Android. Visualize, inspect, and control your apps from a simple desktop interface. Use Sonar as is or extend it using the plugin API.

  • HTTPDump

    HTTPDump is an app to debug webhook and check the data flowing through your APIs/webhook, You can dump any data on us and check what's going on.

    One step ahead from requestb.in

  • Vuetron

    Vuetron provides an expanded toolkit to test and debug Vue.js applications. Like the Vue devtools, you're still able to see emitted events, view the entire Vuex state, and time-travel debug, PLUS subscribe to specific state props, observe API reqs/res and visualize the component hierarchy of your application all in a clean and simple interface.

  • Cloud Middleman

    The only web debugging proxy that runs in the cloud
  • HTTP Catcher

    HTTP Catcher is a web debugging proxy that captures and inspects web traffic on iOS device.
  • code-ray

    With code-ray you can fix bugs in your code faster and easier. You can set breakpoints to show the live state in different sections of your code.
    code-ray can be linked to GitHub, GitLab and Bitbucket.
    There is a permanently free version.
  • Cypherace

    Cypherace is a debugging tool & bug fixing engine powered by stackoverflow's questions. It's main objective is to help software engineers, whether they are beginners or professionals, to fix rapidly the bugs in their code.