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Lightning Inspector Updates

The latest release of the Salesforce Lightning Inspector came out on December 28th, 2016. I'm excited about this one. I use this to physically see every Lightning page and component that make up a Lightning app. This is crucial from a debugging standpoint as well as performance tuning.

You can drill in for example and see all the initiated actions and results. With this latest version you can see information about Lightning components on ANY page that lightning is detected. Previosuly we were a bit more limited in that the Lightning Inspector only ran on pages with a particular URL pattern.


Download/Install from the Chrome Store. 

After you install in Chrome and hit F12 to load a new "Lightning" tab in the dev tools. In a simple example below you can see for example how many total components were loaded.

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