Developers spend up to half their time debugging, but often struggle to reproduce and investigate issues with existing developer tools. A time travel debugger lets you record a bug then pause, rewind, and fast-forward your application execution to dig in at specific points in time. You can even add console logs and evaluate expressions retroactively to go back in time and debug.
Cecelia Martinez Community Lead, Replay.io @ceceliacreates
Cecelia Martinez is dedicated to building developer communities that are inclusive, constructive, and make software development a better experience for all. Her role as Community Lead at Replay.io involves coding, writing, speaking, teaching, and most importantly listening. She is a lead volunteer with Women Who Code Frontend, chapter head of Out in Tech Atlanta, a mentor, and part of the GitHub Stars program.
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