My apologies if this has been asked a zillion times before. I have diligently searched the web - and these fora - and have not found an answer.
All the research I have done so far returns the answer “No”. The development tools allow you to stop execution at particular points and then view the values and status of a whole host of things.
This is useful when the browser interaction is relatively static - click on something and something else happens, or type something in and it gets sent to the page.
My case involves a fluidly interactive application - controlling a remote device with a joystick. In my use-case, the values are primarily of interest while they’re changing - are they changing smoothly? What values are they constrained to?
Reading the static value of a particular button or joystick is pointless - it’s only interesting when they’re changing and knowing the rate of change, the smoothness of change, etc., is essential.
Now that the browser is becoming more interactive - games, immersive 3D, etc. - the ability to monitor a value as it is dynamically changing can be critical.
Is this possible? If so, how?
If this is NOT possible, would you folks please consider this for a future release, ASAP?