Live Inspector

Live Inspector

The live inspector is a useful tool for developers to debug parser scripts and monitor traffic to and from devices.

To access the live inspector, go to the Device section, select the device, and then click on the Live Inspector tab.

Start the live inspector by clicking the green arrow on the right.

All traffic to and from the device will now be monitored in real time and each package sent will be recorded and displayed in the Live Inspector


The Live Inspector will only run while the user is on Tago.io and will not continue running in the background after the window has been closed

Learn more in our community.


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