Debugging JavaScript in Internet Explorer and Safari

Question :

Debugging JavaScript in Internet Explorer and Safari,

Answer :

Currently, I don’t really have a good method of debugging JavaScript in Internet Explorer and  In Firefox, you can useand  However, this doesn’t help me when I move to other browsers.


For Safari you need to enable the “Develop” menu via Preferences (in Safari 3.1; see  or via

$ defaults write IncludeDebugMenu 1  

at the terminal in Mac OS X. Then from the Develop menu choose Show Web Inspector and click on the Console link. Your script can write to the console using window.console.log.

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For Internet Explorer, Visual Studio is walks you through installing it and connecting to Internet Explorer.

Internet Explorer 8 llike it will have a very fancy script debugger, so if you’re feeling really adventurous you could install the Internet Explorer 8 beta and give that a whirl.

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