Debug for Edge on mobile/Xbox/RaspberryPi
Just like it happens for OSX/iOS, where attaching a device via USB or connecting via wifi allows to use desktop safari to inspect mobile safari and webviews on the mobile. All other browsers support this but Edge.
I know weinre was recently adapted to be usable on Edge mobile too but it's hardly a complete solution for serious development, lacking support for breakpoints, CSS pseudo-element.
Thanks for all your feedback, we’re starting to look at enabling this in a future release of Windows (no dates yet).
Matt Tycholaz commented
Oh yeah, please.
To the point - for me, an enterprise developer, are F12 DevTools strategic while targeting devices for our it solutions. We DO NOT recomend MS Edge for our customers as long as F12 DevTools are not available.
Zac Spitzer commented
I find it incredible that this isn't already supported in 2016
Andy, are you going to support debug over WiFi?
Adrian Remus commented
This is a MUST. Please do this as it will help me a LOT in testing my webapps
Long time ago Presto based Opera's Dragonfly supported remote debut without direct USB connection. It rely on WiFi, but still was fast and useful.
I think it could be nice to be able to see our different website format for different mobile platform like Iphone, Android, etc. in the DOM explorer like Google Chrome is doing. It's easier to see the width and height and to make the correct change in CSS.
I absolutely support this !
Andy Sterland commented
Thanks for the feedback we're considering supporting remote debugging in F12.
In the mean time you can use Visual Studio 2013 to debug IE on Windows Phone 8.1. More info over at: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/visualstudioalm/archive/2014/04/04/diagnosing-mobile-website-issues-on-windows-phone-8-1-with-visual-studio.aspx