Debugging can be tedious, especially when
cntl-R is your only resort for trying new options. Instead, use batman.js’s
$context function to access the context of a specific node.
As I’m working with batman.js views, I use this technique for debugging in the browser: In Chrome, you can right-click, “Inspect element”, which makes the highlighted node available as
$0 in the console. Then, pass
$context (which is a secret function created by batman.js) and it will return the batman.js view context for that node.
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Now, isn’t that better!