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KnockoutJS Web Development by John Farrar

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Power development using browser developer tools

I suggest using the tools in Google Chrome for this book. The first tool that did a real good job was the Firefox tool called Firebug. Firebug is still a great tool, and the built-in developer tools in Firebug have made tremendous advances. You should also enjoy using the tools in Safari if you are a Mac user. If you are a die-hard fan of Internet Explorer, they have done a good job with the developer tools there as well. My point is, it is better to use developer tools everywhere, so don't make excuses to not use the developer tools in whatever browser you are using.

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If you happen to be working on or wanting to learn to build Chrome extensions and apps then here's how to enable developer mode. ...

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