Most modern browsers offer a debug console, which allows you to view logs as commands are executed by the browser.
- On Chrome for Windows, press
F12and click the console tab.
- On Chrome for Mac, press
fn+F12and click the console tab.
- On Safari, press
- On Firefox, press
For developing Attach embeds, we recommend using two separate browsers instead separate tabs. When running multiple tabs or windows in the same browser, some features may not work as expected because the browser session is shared. Alternatively, you can also run one session in incognito mode.
If your first browser is Chrome, you may as well download Chrome Canary which will function as second fully independent Chrome browser. Canary is the latest Chrome developer build, approximately 3 months ahead of Chrome.
Attach embeds log infos, warnings and errors to the browser console. If something doesn't work as expected,first thing you do should be a look at the logs.
If you are worried about impersonation, we can give you a secret for passing your users as encrypted JWT. Contact support if you wish to use this feature.
A helpful tool for finding out what's wrong with a JSON Web Token (JWT) is the official JWT debugger, which allows you to create and validate tokens against the project secret. When working tokens, make sure the "secret base64 encoded" checkbox is selected because our secret is Base64-encoded already.