Android Studio: Debugging Tips n' Tricks (Android Dev Summit '19)



We all spend a lot of time in the debugger, so this session teaches you about some of the powerful debugging features available in Android Studio. This talk should appeal to all, from beginners to experts and everybody in between.

01:23 – Log filtering / folding
05:13 – Conditional breakpoints
06:17 – Dependent breakpoints
07:16 – Suspend thread
09:07 – Evaluate and log
10:42 – Breakpoint groups
11:28 – Drop frame
12:34 – Mark object
14:10 – Evaluate expression
15:10 – Apply changes
17:23 -…

20 Comments

  1. We want loh data of getters in Android Studio, only adding this feature will improve the debugger very much

  2. Stupid to not film the ide at all times, some things were not shown because they film the guy talking.

  3. Can you just keep the view of the IDE the presenter is working with? We don't need to see the room. Meanwhile we are missing parts where he points to a button and we have to guess which button he was referring to…

  4. I've been using Android Studio for ages, and I didn't know half the tips here. And now I do! Super useful!

  5. All I have to say is AS sucks

    Worst IDE, thanks to intelliJ for making android coding and testing easier

  6. Whata super improvement! Now I like the android studio more than just crying to the bugs lol

  7. We'll eventually include this in the video description, but as a temporary workaround, here's an index into the talk:

    01:23 – Log filtering / folding
    05:13 – Conditional breakpoints
    06:17 – Dependent breakpoints
    07:16 – Suspend thread
    09:07 – Evaluate and log
    10:42 – Breakpoint groups
    11:28 – Drop frame
    12:34 – Mark object
    14:10 – Evaluate expression
    15:10 – Apply changes
    17:23 – Analyze stacktrace

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