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Author Topic: firebug-killer? dragonfly (opera web developer tool) released  (Read 4976 times)

urlwolf

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The new Opera beta 2 has dragonfly built-in.
I couldn't find it where they say it should be, but that might be my hacked toolbar...

Has anyone tried it?

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Re: firebug-killer? dragonfly (opera web developer tool) released
« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2008, 02:51 AM »
Firebug killer, are you kidding me? Sounds pretty cool any way, about time of a good tool for the Opera browser for web dev 8)

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Re: firebug-killer? dragonfly (opera web developer tool) released
« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2008, 04:03 AM »
urlwolf: you probably have an old menu setup without that option. You can add it back manually, or just use the default menu. Or make a button for it:

Show Developer Tools,,,391062233,"DOM Console"

Here is one you can easily drag to a toolbar:

http://my.opera.com/...onfly#comment5236770

So far dragonfly is working great. Editable CSS/DOM and an HTTP/AJAX logger are the currently missing pieces that will solidify its functionality to equal (and surpass) other tools. Its fundamental architecture is much more advanced than any other tool, allowing for remote debugging on any device, which is very cool:

http://dev.opera.com...gonfly-architecture/

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Re: firebug-killer? dragonfly (opera web developer tool) released
« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2008, 04:29 AM »
Long live the firebug!