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  • Google Chrome Developer Tools icon

    Google Chrome Developer Tools

    The Google Chrome Developer Tools provide an integrated environment for debugging, optimizing, and understanding a web application, or website, running in Google Chrome....

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Chrome

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  • Firefox Developer Tools icon

    Firefox Developer Tools

    Examine, edit, and debug HTML, CSS, and JavaScript on the desktop and on mobile.

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Firefox

    • Directly integrated in Firefox, so it is faster. And guaranteed to stay updated as Firefox evolves. Guest • Jan 2017 Disagree   Agree
    • Almost the same functionality as Firebug, with a lot of improvements. yphastosMar 2017 Disagree   Agree
  • Opera Dragonfly icon

    Opera Dragonfly

    Opera Dragonfly is a feature of Opera web browser: it is a full-featured development and debugging tool integrated into Opera. It supports debugging JavaScript...

    Free Mac Windows Linux

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    HttpFox

    HttpFox monitors and analyzes all incoming and outgoing HTTP traffic between the browser and the web servers. It aims to bring the functionality known from tools like...

    Free Mac Windows Linux Firefox

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  • Live HTTP Headers (Chrome) icon

    Live HTTP Headers (Chrome)

    Monitor all HTTP/HTTPs traffic from your browser. Live HTTP Headers logs all HTTP traffic between Google Chrome and the Internet. This extension can be helpful if...

    Free Mac Windows Linux Chrome

    • Warning Suspected of distribute adwares, even after removing the extension
    • Firebug is specifically DOM based and allows manipulation of it (including dynamic style changes), whereas LIVE HTTP Headers captures traffic but does not offer the ability to manipulate the DOM. This application has more in common with Terlerik's Fiddler application than it does with FireBug. Guest • Feb 2017 Disagree   Agree
  • DOMScope icon

    DOMScope

    DOMScope is an online web inspector and debugger for mobile web apps. Like Chrome's DevTools, it allows developers to navigate through the HTML, list applied CSS...

  • HttpWatch icon

    HttpWatch

    HttpWatch is an HTTP viewer and debugger that integrates with IE and Firefox to provide seamless HTTP and HTTPS monitoring without leaving the browser window. It's...

    Commercial Windows Firefox

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  • RESTed icon

    RESTed

    RESTed allows developers to quickly format and make HTTP requests and view the response. RESTed supports both basic HTTP authentication and OAuth. RESTed shows...

    Commercial Mac

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  • GraphicalHttpClient icon

    GraphicalHttpClient

    Graphical Http Client is a utility to help you test and interact with REST-based web services. It is lightweight, easy-to-use, and has the following features: - Set...

    Commercial Mac

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  • SplineTech Javascript Debugger icon

    SplineTech Javascript Debugger

    SplineTech JavaScript Debugger is the fastest independent standalone JavaScript Debugger that enables you to debug JavaScript for IE completely independently of any...

    Commercial Windows

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Firebug Comments

Here is a good reference on Firebug tutorial :http://www.w3 ...

Comment by webdeveloper
about Firebug Jun 2011

Here is a good reference on Firebug tutorial :
http://www.w3resource.com/web-development-tools/firebug-tutorials.php

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There's not much that the built-in Chrome Developer Tools c ...

Comment by evan
about Firebug Jun 2011

There's not much that the built-in Chrome Developer Tools can't do that Firebug can. Either way, Firebug is still an amazing plug-in.

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One problem with Firebug is that when the page URL changes, ...

Comment by jbuberel
about Firebug Jun 2011

One problem with Firebug is that when the page URL changes, the Net logging console resets/clears, giving you no ability to see what just happened if the page does an HTTP redirect. There are plans to fix this in version 1.5 of Firebug, but for now you're left with using Wireshark instead.

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