JSFoo 2012

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Tools for debugging JavaScript

Submitted by Varunkumar Nagarajan (@varunkumar) on Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Section: JavaScript Everywhere Technical level: Beginner Session type: Tutorial

Abstract

Learn how to use different tools available to debug your web application (both mobile and desktop) and understand how they can used to improve the user experience and performance of your application.

Outline

In this session, we will see different mechanisms available to debug your web application. I will cover the developer tools available in different browsers.

Mobile: I will walk through the tools available to remote debug web applications on mobile.

Tools: Chrome developer tools Firebug Firefox developer tools (Tilt) Chrome remote debugging Remote debugging using Aardwolf Adobe Shadow

Slides can be found here: http://slides.varunkumar.me/js-tools/

Speaker bio

My name is Varunkumar Nagarajan. A software engineer by profession and a blogger by passion. A web developer. Technology enthusiast. Have four years of industry experience.

Links

Slides

http://slides.varunkumar.me/js-tools/

Comments

  • Gopal Kasturi (@kasturgo) 6 years ago

    Having worked with Varun on few projects and listened to few of his talks, I’m sure his session will be full of useful content and also it will be presented in a interesting way.

  • Shwetank Dixit (@shwetank) 6 years ago

    It would be great to show Opera’s Developer tools too (Opera Dragonfly) along with the others and how to do remote debugging with that.

    • Varunkumar Nagarajan (@varunkumar) Proposer 6 years ago

      Sure. I will include DragonFly as well in the session.

  • Sangeeth Saravanaraj (@sangeeth) 6 years ago

    This is a very interesting topic and much needed information for any web developers for today. I’m looking forward to learn something new from your talk!

  • rajesh (@rajeshgonugunta) 6 years ago

    where can i get the samples about u r discussion

  • Kiran Jonnalagadda (@jace) Reviewer 6 years ago

    Sessions are only half an hour long at this edition of JSFoo. I’m concerned that this session has too much material to fit into half an hour and therefore needs to be broken up into two or more sessions.

    • Varunkumar Nagarajan (@varunkumar) Proposer 6 years ago

      I wasn’t aware of this. Can I do this something like a workshop which spans for 1-1.5 hrs where in I can show these tools in action?

  • Nahalingam (@nahalingam) 6 years ago

    are you planning to cover some thing on JavaScript Profiling also, as the tools for that varies from browser to browser?

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