Translation last updated: 17 Nov 2015.
This documentation is for LoopBack 2.x.
For the latest information, see the LoopBack documentation in English.
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In general, when you are developing an application, use the node command to run it.  This enables you to see stack traces and console output immediately.  For example:

When you're ready to start tuning your app, use slc start to run it locally under the control of StrongLoop Process Manager; this enables you to profile it and monitor app metrics to help find memory leaks and optimize performance.  See Profiling and Monitoring app metrics for more information.


When running an application, you can specify debug strings that the application will display to the console (or save to a file), and you can also use Node Inspector to debug the running app. For more information, see Setting debug strings.

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