Must have tool for every web developer

I had the pleasure of accompanying Jeff Prosise, during a recent trip to the Carolinas.  The subject of much of his discussion was WPF/e and ASP.Net AJAX.  He clued me into a tool from Nikhil Kothari.  I would have to say that his Web Development Helper is a very helpful item.  One of the most useful things is to see the request/response of all http traffic coming in and out of your browser.  How many times do you wonder what is ACTUALLY being posted?  Finding the right tool can be painful sometimes.  Well, our very own Nikhil has your answer.  And that is the only featureset of the tool - it does DOM inspections and quite helpful in determing the causes of script errors.

Dont forget to check out his other tools as well.  I particurily like his javascript utilities.  Enjoy!

Comments (2)

  1. Sammy says:

    Dear Mr.Brooks,

    Could you refer me to the correct blog for this? I don’t seem to find a "match" for my problem.  Any assistance would be appreciated.

    I get this error message when I try to start-up Windows XP :   "NTLDR is missing" This started after I installed an external hard drive.  If I unplug the external drive’s USB plug – the computer will start correctly.  What can I do to leave the unit plugged and allow XP to start too?

    20 Mar. 2007

  2. Chad Brooks says:

    Your BIOS boot order is set up incorrectly.  I would suggest opening the BIOS and moving the boot priority from the removable hard drive to after the main HDD array.

    I dont have a link for you, but is a fairly common problem.  Your computer is trying to boot off of your USB drive.

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