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Why Does The Error ”react devtools console.log() from react_devtools_backend.js:4049 in reactjs” Occur?
Today, you are just trying to get a log in my chrome browser’s console, but the console log only shows react devtools backend.js:4049. You can understand, as seen in this image.
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The Effective Methods For ”react devtools console.log() from react_devtools_backend.js:4049 in Reactjs”
Solution 1: Disable the React Devtools extension.
You can follow the way to disable the DevTools below:
To stop the “Developer Tools” feature from functioning, launch Google Chrome with the “—disable-dev-tools” command line option.
- Launch the Chrome web browser.
- To end all running instances of Google Chrome, click the “X” in the upper right corner of each window.
- In the task bar, click the Windows orb.
Solution 2: Follow these steps
You also can resolve the issue ”react devtools console.log() from react_devtools_backend.js:4049 in Reactjs” in your console by adding the file to Chrome’s Framework Ignore List. Below are steps to do it:
Console -> Gear icon (top right) -> Settings -> Framework Ignone List.
Finally, you need to add react devtools backend.js to the list, and the console.log should resume displaying the correct mapping. After doing that, your error will completely disappear.
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Another solution to fix your error is using the following code.
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