jQueryPad – A Great App for Quick jQuery Development

jQuerypad allows you to quickly develop javascript/jQuery code without a bunch of database calls or heavy CSS slowing down page load. It’s a great tool for experimenting or optimizing code.

It doesn’t require an install. Simply unzip the file, plug in your HTML markup and start coding away. Your code is written to a file so you can easily export it or view it later.

http://www.paulstovell.com/jquerypad

I’m a Technology Architect for Rockfish Digital. I’ve been there since 2007. I love coding and spend most of my time in C# and JavaScript. I’m a firm believer in the Full Stack Developer.

My Favorite Javascript Tool: The Console

I’ve been a big fan of Firebug for a really long time. It took me a while to learn how to fully utilize the console.

About two years ago I would add javascript alerts everywhere to debug stuff. I eventually learned that doing console.log() would dump whatever your debugging to the console. Works great with jQuery selectors to make sure they work and Json results from web services. You can also run block of code in the console, but I’m wanting to go over the log feature of it.
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I’m a Technology Architect for Rockfish Digital. I’ve been there since 2007. I love coding and spend most of my time in C# and JavaScript. I’m a firm believer in the Full Stack Developer.