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Remote Firefox Debugging on Android

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In the previous article I wrote about remote debugging web applications using chrome on Android. If you don't want to use chrome or you want to test and debug your application on a different mobile browser you can also use firefox mobile to debug.

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Charles Web Debugging Proxy • HTTP Monitor / HTTP Proxy / HTTPS & SSL Proxy / Reverse Proxy

Charles Web Debugging Proxy • HTTP Monitor / HTTP Proxy / HTTPS & SSL Proxy / Reverse Proxy | Mobile Development using HTML5 CSS3 and jQuery Mobile | Scoop.it
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JavaScript debugging for beginners

JavaScript debugging for beginners | Mobile Development using HTML5 CSS3 and jQuery Mobile | Scoop.it

Over the last five years, thanks largely to the rise of frameworks such as jQuery and Prototype, JavaScript has risen to become a first tier language for scripting on the web. This increased popularity and ease of use, has led to the creation of fully fledged applications such as Gmail, which contain thousands of lines of JavaScript code that required teams of talented developers to create.

As a result of this increasing complexity however, when something does go wrong developers need powerful JavaScript debugging tools in order to quickly root out the cause of the issue and fix it efficiently. A simple var dump via the alert() dialogue simply won’t cut it anymore.

In this tutorial I’ll outline some of the features of modern developer tools that you can use today to help make JavaScript debugging less painful. We’ll focus primarily on the Chrome developer tools and Firebug but many of these features are available in other tools such as Opera Dragonfly.

 


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Web Debugging: Fiddler

Web Debugging: Fiddler | Mobile Development using HTML5 CSS3 and jQuery Mobile | Scoop.it

Fiddler is a Web Debugging Proxy which logs all HTTP(S) traffic between your computer and the Internet. Fiddler allows you to inspect traffic, set breakpoints, and “fiddle” with incoming or outgoing data. Fiddler includes a powerful event-based scripting subsystem, and can be extended using any .NET language.


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Advanced Grunt tooling

Advanced Grunt tooling | Mobile Development using HTML5 CSS3 and jQuery Mobile | Scoop.it

Grunt has made web development more enjoyable. By automating repetitive tasks, it has allowed web developers to focus on building features rather than copying, compiling, and configuring.

 

In this post, I will share some advanced tooling with Grunt which will help you use it to its full potential.

* Bash functions
* Loading all grunt tasks automatically
* Aliasing tasks
* Verbose mode & debugging
* Invest in a good watch
* Using variables in your configuration
* Running individual test specs
* Plugins to check out


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Debugging Modern Web Applications

Debugging Modern Web Applications | Mobile Development using HTML5 CSS3 and jQuery Mobile | Scoop.it

As JavaScript-centric web applications continue to become the standard, and the browser continues to evolve into a full-featured web application platform, developers need powerful debugging tools to help quickly troubleshoot issues and fix them efficiently. Issues can range from HTML/CSS browser inconsistencies, JavaScript exceptions, and a myriad of performance issues that range from DOM access to network latency.

There a number of tools that web developers can use to help make debugging front end applications less painful.

In this tutorial, we will walk through the top tools available and how to use these tools by addressing some of the most common issues faced in modern web application. This is a beginner to intermediate level tutorial for web developers getting started with debugging the web, or programmers coming from other languages who want to better understand how to troubleshoot client side JavaScript, the DOM, performance, and network calls.

As JavaScript-centric web applications continue to become the standard, and the browser continues to evolve into a full-featured web application platform,...


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Make better websites with browser developer tools

Make better websites with browser developer tools | Mobile Development using HTML5 CSS3 and jQuery Mobile | Scoop.it
Read more about Make better websites with browser developer tools at CreativeBloq.com Once upon a time, debugging a web page involved inserting copious amounts of alerts into our JavaScript, hitting refresh, and then hammering every alert box OK...

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