Brandon,

Thanks. I just watched your video on YouTube. Excellent job for newbies 
like me.

Quick question. As a starter, I have Google Plugin for Eclipse installed. 
Do I have to uninstall it before installing GWT Eclipse Plugin V3?


On Monday, October 17, 2016 at 1:40:43 PM UTC-4, Brandon Donnelson wrote:
>
> SDBG is the way to go for debugging, like they said. 
>
> Keep in mind if the Chrome dev tools are open it will take over the 
> breakpoints, and they are stated in Chrome dev tools. If Chrome dev tools 
> are closed, and you opened debugging the browser with the SDBG Javascript 
> debugger shortcut, then Eclipse is in charge of the break points, console 
> output and trace inspection. 
>
> I'll create a video and guide here shortly. And talk about it at GWT Con. 
> https://github.com/gwt-plugins/gwt-eclipse-plugin/projects/2
>
>

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