How To Install Firebug In Browsers Other Than Firefox | MakeUseOf.com

Firebug is a web developer’s best friend. It is a Firefox add-on that makes it very easy to debug and develop web pages. It provides you with a way to inspect page elements and perform many other functions…

Firebug Lite makes it possible to put Firebug into any web browser! You should be able to use it with Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari, Chrome, and any other browser that supports JavaScript. Firebug Lite is written in JavaScript, so you can include it on a webpage with the following code:

<script type='text/javascript'
     src='http://getfirebug.com/releases/lite/1.2/firebug-lite-compressed.js'></script>

Or even better you can use this bookmarklet:

Firebug Lite

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I use Firebug on a daily basis. This is great news, that the key function of Firebug is now available on Javascript-enabled browsers.

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Google I/O Developer Conference 2009 (May, San Francisco)

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Google IO Developer Conference 2009

Google IO Developer Conference 2009

May 27 – 28, 2009 Moscone Center, San Francisco

Early Bird Price (until 5/1) $300 USD
List Price (starting 5/2) $400 USD
Academia (Professor, Student, Faculty) $50 USD

For two days in May, thousands of web developers will come together to learn how to develop web applications with Google and open technologies. Learn from product experts about Android, App Engine, Chrome, Google Web Toolkit, AJAX APIs and more. Engage with a community of excited developers just like you.

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Note to self – need to add tutorial for “how-to” create custom Google maps as above.
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