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EmberJS - Ember Inspector
Ember inspector is a browser add-on which is used to debug the Ember applications. The Ember inspector includes the following topics −
|S.No.||Ember inspector Ways & Description|
|1||Installing the Inspector
You can install the Ember inspector to debug your application.
The Ember inspector allows interacting with the Ember objects.
|3||The View Tree
The view tree provides the current state of an application.
|4||Inspecting Routes, Data Tab and Library Info
You can see the list of application's routes defined by the inspector and the Data tab is used to display the list of model types.
Ember inspector provides promises based on their states.
|6||Inspecting Objects and Rendering Performance
Use the Container for inspecting the object instances and compute the application's render time by using the Render Performance option.