Troubleshoot worklets and observe FLEDGE events.
From Chrome Canary 98.0.4718.0, it's possible to debug FLEDGE and FLEDGE worklets in Chrome DevTools.
The first step is to set breakpoints via a new category in the Event Listener Breakpoints pane in the Sources panel.
When a breakpoint triggers, execution is paused before the first statement at the top-level of the worklet script. You can use regular breakpoints or step commands to get to the bidding/scoring/reporting function itself.
Live worklet scripts will also show up under the Threads panel.
Since some worklets may run in parallel, multiple threads may end up in the "paused" state. You can use the thread list to switch between threads, and resume or inspect them more closely as appropriate.
From the Application panel in Chrome DevTools, you can observe FLEDGE interest group and auction events.
If you visit the FLEDGE demo shopping site in a browser with FLEDGE enabled, DevTools will display information about the
Now, if you visit the FLEDGE demo publisher site in a browser with FLEDGE enabled, DevTools displays information about the
You'll need to refresh the page to see FLEDGE events if DevTools wasn't open when you navigated to the site.
All FLEDGE API references
API reference guides are available:
- Developer guide for the FLEDGE API.
- Ad buyer guide to FLEDGE interest groups and bid generation.
- Ad seller guide to FLEDGE ad auctions.
- Guide to reporting auction results
- Best practices for FLEDGE ad auction latency
- Troubleshoot FLEDGE
The FLEDGE API explainer also provides detail about feature support and constraints.
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