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Being a web developer…
Is as awesome as Chewbacca riding a squirrel, fighting Nazis with a cross bow. Zoom

Being a web developer…

Is as awesome as Chewbacca riding a squirrel, fighting Nazis with a cross bow.

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A new tool for front-end devs

This looks very promising; check out the video demo

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Adobe Shadow: Inspect and preview web workflows on iOS and Android devices

Adobe® Shadow is a new inspection and preview tool that allows front-end web developers and designers to work faster and more efficiently by streamlining the preview process, making it easier to customize websites for mobile devices.
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Adobe Shadow: Inspect and preview web workflows on iOS and Android devices

Adobe® Shadow is a new inspection and preview tool that allows front-end web developers and designers to work faster and more efficiently by streamlining the preview process, making it easier to customize websites for mobile devices.

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Call For Action: The Open Web Needs You *NOW*

Without your help, without a strong reaction, this can lead to one thing only and we’re dangerously not far from there: other browsers will start supporting/implementing themselves the -webkit-* prefix, turning one single implementation into a new world-wide standard.

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jQuery Mobile 1.0 RC1 Released!

The jQuery Mobile team is thrilled to announce the first release candidate for version 1.0. This new release brings a long list of bug fixes, refinements and optimizations, as well as support for the Meego platform.

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Windows Developer Preview: The Third IE10 Platform Preview Zoom

Windows Developer Preview: The Third IE10 Platform Preview

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Opera Dragonfly 1.1 just launched Zoom

Opera Dragonfly 1.1 just launched

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Modern Debugging Tips and Tricks

With the rise of mobile devices, web development and debugging is more complex than ever. We have more browsers and platforms to support. We have more screen sizes and resolutions. And we’re building in-browser applications instead of the flat, brochure-ware sites of yore.
Luckily, we also have better tools. The JavaScript console is a standard feature of most major browsers. Both JavaScript and the HTML DOM offer native error handling. We also have services and applications that help us remotely debug our sites.
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Modern Debugging Tips and Tricks

With the rise of mobile devices, web development and debugging is more complex than ever. We have more browsers and platforms to support. We have more screen sizes and resolutions. And we’re building in-browser applications instead of the flat, brochure-ware sites of yore.

Luckily, we also have better tools. The JavaScript console is a standard feature of most major browsers. Both JavaScript and the HTML DOM offer native error handling. We also have services and applications that help us remotely debug our sites.