Firebug 1.5: Editing, Debugging, and Monitoring Web Pages

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Packt Publishing Ltd, Apr 7, 2010 - Computers - 224 pages
A step-by-step description of each key feature is provided with the help of simple, easy-to-understand examples. There are plenty of useful screenshots in each chapter. Every chapter contains information as well as tips and tricks to draw your attention towards some useful information or reference. Each aspect of web development like CSS or JavaScript is handled independently so that you can refer to those modules in which you are interested. This book is written for frontend web developers building software and pages using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and AJAX, who want to learn Firebug for the reasons outlined above. The book assumes that readers have a very basic knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. The examples in the book can be understood by someone who has just been introduced to web development.
 

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Chandan Luthra is a Software Development Engineer with IntelliGrape Software, New Delhi, India-a company specializing in Groovy/Grails development. He is an agile and pragmatic programmer and an active participant at local open source software events, where he evangelizes Groovy, Grails, Jquery, and Firebug. Chandan is a Linux and open source enthusiast. He also involves himself in writing blogs and is an active member on various tech-related mailing lists. He has developed web applications for various industries, including entertainment, finance, media and publishing, as well as others. He loves to share his knowledge and good coding practices with other team members in order to hone their development skills. In his free time, he loves to contribute to open source technologies. Chandan also loves to code in jQuery and Firebug, which makes development very easy for him. He is a very fond user of Firebug and has been using it since 2007.

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