10 Jan 2007 7:36 AM #1
How-to: using Firebug to debug your script
here's a little screencast for all newcomers who don't know about Firebug. That Firefox addon is da bomb I tell ya.
11 Jan 2007 1:10 PM #2
BernardChhun, _you are da bomb! (with your double-h...)
The URL has been updated to: http://getfirebug.com
Does anyone know why it throws two of every event & error message to the console (as in the screencast)?
There's a new google code project built off of it -firePHP -intended to make PHP debugging easier:
12 Jan 2007 5:56 AM #3
Stickied. Thanks Bernard.
31 Jan 2007 10:59 AM #4
Microsoft Developer Toolbar
Firebug (especially the 1.0 version) is awesome.
Microsoft has something for IE. Not quite as good, but still helps a bunch.
31 Jan 2007 11:45 AM #5
There are other tools that easily as good as MS' offering, if not substantially better in some areas.
For viewing HTTP traffic back and forth, *nothing* touches fiddler.
For getting the *rigth* file and line number info of JS errors, I like either CompanionJS (which is suspiciously missing from the author's site right now) or MS Script Editor:
For exploring the DOM and other niceties (can you say *true* console.log() support in IE and not that half-baked crap from the firebug guys?), I love IE Web Developer V2:
Incidentally, the guys at IEInspector.com are trying to develop a firebug equivalent for IE.
12 Feb 2007 6:41 AM #6
27 Feb 2007 11:12 PM #7
Dom Explorer is a similar IE "addon" out there. It's at microsoft.com sorry no direct link
13 Jul 2007 4:57 AM #8
3 Oct 2007 10:57 AM #9
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