Is it possible to run JSLint on one or more .js files by having JSLint loaded afterwards in the header from debugging/developer console in chrome or firefox?  The reason that I want to do that is that I want to print in console.log() the parsing of J...
I can easily do this:  console.time('mytimer'); doSomeWork(); console.timeEnd('mytimer');   But is it possible to calculate time in multiple functions. I need to define the script's start time in a global variable. Then inside mul...
Reference:  Using the new code snippets feature in google chrome  I am using the code snippets in google chrome, so say I have a snippet file. check_consistency.js  Is there an api or a global object through which we can run the snippet directly from...
I'm wondering how the sequence shown below could possibly occur.  Here is the function in question:  WebSocketConnector.prototype.sendMessage = function(message) {     if (socket !== null) {         socket.send(message);         console.log('...
I am trying to style a piece of code that has the debugger keyword in it. I am using the debugging window(IE, FF, Opera) to see CSS style effects but the debugger is stopping every time I refresh the page(as it should).  Can I toggle or disable the d...
I am studying this page: http://www.fxstreet.com/rates-charts/currency-rates/ which is continually updated by JavaScript with new data from the server. So clearly there is some JavaScript function continually executing in the page. So I opened Firebu...
I want to develop a Thunderbird 12 addon. I have written a simple JS function. (File: "chrome\content\myApp.js"). This file is called by a xul-'onclick'-event. I have packed my addon as a .xpi file and then I have installed it. (All o...
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...
I've got some very odd behaviour going on. I have the following JQuery:  myElement.fadeOut(100);   There is some kind of race condition going on, such that the element doesn't end up getting hidden. If I put a debugger on that line and step t...
Although I used pretty code and had set up the breakpoints in "Pretty code" tab, debugger keeps working in minified code. (I can't see exactly where I am and need to continuously switch between source and "pretty code").  On same...

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