I'm using Firebug and have some statements like:  console.log("...");   in my page. In IE8 (probably earlier versions too) I get script errors saying 'console' is undefined. I tried putting this at the top of my page:  <scrip...
I've been having a lot of trouble with bad performance on IE (all versions including IE11) in a HTML/SVG javascript-powered widget, only when the widget is hosted on a certain page.   After identifying that the main cause of the slowdown was pain...
For some reason, in IE8, javascript is not running unless I reload the page with Developer Tools open. I close developer tools and reload the page and the javascript stops working. I'm not getting any error reports (not that they'd be any use...
I've got a function which needs to check the current actual pixel width of a % width element in a widget. On normal browsers, it works fine, on IE (all versions including IE11), it's normally fine; but when the widget is placed on a responsiv...
I need to learn either Firebug or IE Developer Tools in a hurry, and I could use some advice about which one is better.  I'll be using either one to debug some JavaScript, primarily with repsect to an XHR mystery.  Any tips about which one to ch...
I often use this to debug JavaScript in IE (fiddle):  if (confirm("Debug from here?"))     debugger;   If I choose "yes", I see the prompt to start Visual Studio just-in-time debugger, which I proceed with to debug the script in Visua...
Do any browsers support pausing execution / stepping through code, but only for certain files or regions? I'm using jQuery and several other libraries, and I'm not interested in stepping through their code in 99% of cases, as it is my code th...
I've got an Angular app, lots of javascript.  I load it up in IE8, and get an error that I'm not getting in other browsers. I open the Developer Tools, but it gives me only generic message.  No stack trace, no line number.  Here's a scree...
I have some code in my application that wraps function.apply and function.call in try/catch blocks. It's handy for catching errors and building up a pseudo-stack using arguments.caller but it plays havoc with IE's debugger.   I can turn off t...
In chrome when the Front End people do a Console.Log of an object I can see the whole tree. With IE I only see the word [Object]. Any work around so I can see the tree in IE 11 ?...

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