How do you see the game’s log on Chrome to see what happens in the background?
- [Instructor] Hello and welcome to section five.…Where in the previous section, we've worked on the code…and the game logic, in this section…we're going to discuss about testing and debugging…the game.…In this section, we're going to focus on testing…the final product in order to see if it works as expected.…In this video we're going to have an overview…on the Chrome Developer console.…We're going to review the Chrome Developer console features…and we're going to see how it can assist us…in testing the game.…In the previous video we've completed creating the game,…and this is our present state.…
Now we want to see how we can debug the game,…basically assist ourselves in finding problems…during the development of the game.…So for example, first let's open the console.…Opening the console is pretty easy.…We can either press F12 or we can right-click…the mouse and choose inspect.…Here you can find various tabs.…We're going to overview some of them.…The main tab we're going to review is the console tab.…
As you can see currently, the console tab is empty.…
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- Playing sounds in various browsers using SoundJS
- Tweening objects using TweenJS
- Creating graphic assets and basic animations
- Game stage creation and object positioning
- Adding the basic game logic
- Add the game physics
- Adding mouse and keyboard controls
- Debugging with breakpoints in Chrome
- Debugging on Android and iOS
- Character movement and input handling