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jQuery 2 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach by Arun K. Pande

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APPENDIX B

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Web Console

B-1. Web Browsers

For all the chapter examples, I used the browsers listed in Table B-1 to test the code. Screen shots are taken from the Firefox browser. If there are significant differences in display or behavior in other browsers, I have mentioned this.

Table B-1. Web Browsers Used for Testing

TableB-1

B-2. Using the Web Console

In your JavaScript and jQuery code, you can the use console.log() statement to log messages in the web console. This is a better alternative to alert() because it doesn’t impact the developer or user experience ...

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