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Archive for June, 2013

Firebug 1.12 beta 1

Friday, June 28th, 2013

getfirebug.com has Firebug 1.12 beta 1 (archive).

We have just switched to beta phase, which means that releases are solid, we are focusing only on bug fixing, no new features at this point and we appreciate feedback from beta testers.

Firebug 1.12 beta 1 fixes 19 issues
Firebug 1.12 beta 1 is compatible with Firefox 22-25

All users subscribed to the AMO beta channel will be automatically updated. See the Development Channel section at the bottom of the page.

 

A highlight from this release

This command returns the event listeners registered on a given object. The object is usually an element, but it can also be e.g. a ‘window’.

getEventListeners(window)

The return object can be further inspected in the DOM panel as depicted on the following screenshot.

getEventListeners() command

The screenshot shows an array with two listeners registered for the ‘load’ event. If you click on the f1() or f2() function, you’ll be automatically navigated to the Script panel to see the implementation.

You can try an example online.

 

Please post feedback in the newsgroup, thanks

Jan ‘Honza’ Odvarko

 

Firebug 1.12 alpha 8

Friday, June 14th, 2013

getfirebug.com has Firebug 1.12 alpha 8

Firebug 1.12a8 fixes 11 issues
Firebug 1.12a8 is compatible with Firefox 21-24

 

Some highlights from this release

  • Multiple filters selectable in the Net panel (issue 4156)
  • Multiple filters can be set at the same time by holding down Ctrl while clicking the filter buttons.

    Multiple filters selected in the Net panel

     

  • Multiple filters selectable in the Console panel (issue 4621)
  • Just like in the Net panel, the Console panel also supports multiple filters being selected at the same time.

    Multiple filters selected in the Console panel

     

  • Store the result of the last command line evaluation in $_ (issue 6519)
  • There is a new variable available in the Command Line: $_

    This variable stores the result of the previous expression evaluation (compatible with Chrome dev tools).

 

Please post feedback in the newsgroup, thanks

Jan ‘Honza’ Odvarko