In Chrome this is possible, but I don't find a way to do it in Safari. Is it possible? How?...
When I call this line:  Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(HTMLElement.prototype,"innerHTML")    For FireBug it returns:  >>> Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(HTMLElement.prototype,"innerHTML")    where for IE, Developer Tools it...
Is there any easy way in which we can know the sequence in which methods are called in runtime?  Example: In my JS File, I have around 15 methods. There are some Asynchronous calls. With Async calls we never know the sequence in which they are called...
I have the same problem that is stated in below link, but i am looking for a way to access those elements (using jquery) that are not present in page source but are visible in developer tools. Please suggest some ideas.  Why do some elements in Chrom...
I have a utility function that wraps console.log with a condition, so we only call console.log if we're in the dev environment and console.log exists:  /* Console log if environment has debug true or #debug initially passed in URL */ metro.conlog...
I'm looking for a way to open the WebKit “developer tools” from a script attached to a web-page. I need solutions for both Google Chrome and Safari, that will open the developer-tools pane if it's not already open, and (hopefully, if you...
To make debugging easier, I'm capturing all of the console logs in Chrome so that users who submit a feedback entry will also submit all of the logs to our server.  When someone encounters a problem in production, I can first and foremost get the...
Unknown script action (probably async) causes page reload.  How can I find this action in the code?  At least, is there any way to set breakpoint on access to window.location? But I'm not sure that navigation is forced in such way.  In fact I nee...
I am building a pretty huge angular app, My problem is the memory leaks resulting in page freeze. on clicking a button, my app opens up a popup,(with help of custom directive) the content of this popup is dynamically appended and the popup is called...
Using Google Chrome, if you console.log an object, it lets you inspect the element in the console. For example:  var a = { "foo" : "bar", "whiz" : "bang" }; console.log(a);   This prints out Object which can be inspect...

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