Console.log() is a useful debugging tool. You can use it at various times in your code to output the values of variables, objects, and arrays. This enables you to monitor the progress of your code and see any potential problems.
Placing breakpoints in your code enables you to stop it from running at a certain line. This enables you to analyze the values of variables and objects at that specific location in your code and aids in your understanding of the potential root cause of the problem.
Comment out your Code
In some cases, commenting out your code can assist in locating the error’s cause. You can identify which piece of your code is causing the problem by commenting on the relevant areas and executing the code.
Verify your Code
Verify your code with tools like JSLint, ESLint, and JSHint. These tools can find potential flaws and syntax and style mistakes.
Use try/catch Blocks
Try/catch blocks can be used to catch and gently handle mistakes. This can improve user experience and help keep your code from crashing.
Write modular, organized code. This makes it simpler to troubleshoot problems as they happen because you can easily pinpoint which module or function is to blame.