A quick review.



If you copy and paste that console.trace example into the Chrome Console you’ll get a full stack trace like this one:

Console.Trace in script

While that’s incredibly useful it gets a little better for daily use. Since you’ll almost always be using console.trace in the context of functions defined in a file somewhere (rather than on the spot in the console) you’ll get clickable line numbers along with your stack trace output:

Console.Trace in console