Changelog 27: Search 🔍

We shipped Console Search and Global Search. We added some updates to the Network Monitor, Billing and our Library. We also highlighted a debugging journey with React Hooks.
profile photo
Jason Laster
Image without caption
This week we’re excited to highlight two search related features.
  1. Console Search You can now press cmd+f and search for console messages. This is helpful for when you want to jump to the next message, but don’t want to filter the list.
  1. Global Search You can now press cmd+p or cmd+o and search for files and functions from the viewer. This is helpful when you are in the flow and want to move quickly.
We’re continuing to improve our Command Palette and keyboard accessibility across the board. Let us know if there are any utilities you are used to seeing in VS Code or Chrome DevTools.

Additional Updates

Network Monitor The Headers pane now supports Service Worker requests. The response pane now supports images and we’re actively working on additional content types (bodies project).
Billing: The Team Members panel now supports setting a user as an Admin which means that Admins no longer need to be billed as developers.
Library: We kicked off Library 1.5 which will add more advanced filtering, a details panel, and a Test Suite mode. We’d love your feedback in #design.

Case Study

This week we’re excited to highlight a React Hooks debugging journey. If you have five minutes and are interested in how Replay can help you narrow down a real world issue and find the root cause, you’ll enjoy this post 🐛 🔍 🧙
Image without caption
Related posts
post image
We’re thrilled to share our progress on Performance Analysis: the first practical way to catch performance regressions before they ship to prod.
post image
We’re thrilled to share that we’ve officially migrated from Firefox to Chrome. It’s been a long time coming, but Chrome is better in every way.
post image
This week we’re excited to share Elements Panel V3, which brings one second element loads.
Powered by Notaku