Launch Chrome with Remote Debugging Port: Easy Steps

If you're a developer, you may need to launch Google Chrome with a remote debugging port to debug your web applications. Here are the easy steps to do it:

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  1. Step 1: Open Terminal
  2. Step 2: Launch Chrome with Remote Debugging Port
  3. Step 3: Verify Remote Debugging Port

Step 1: Open Terminal

Open Terminal on your Mac by searching for it in Spotlight or navigating to Applications > Utilities > Terminal.

Step 2: Launch Chrome with Remote Debugging Port

Type the following command in Terminal:

open -a Google Chrome --args --remote-debugging-port=9222

This command will launch Google Chrome with a remote debugging port set to 9222.

Step 3: Verify Remote Debugging Port

To verify that the remote debugging port is working correctly, open a new tab in Google Chrome and navigate to http://localhost:9222. If you see a list of available tabs, then the remote debugging port is working correctly.

That's it! Now you can use the remote debugging port to debug your web applications.

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