Crossrider javascript framework – How to use debug mode

Anthony James —  April 11, 2011



In our first crossrider tut we discovered how crossrider is an easy to use Javascript framework to create cross browser extensions in minutes. We took a tour of the crossrider.com dashboard, and learned how to create our first firefox and chrome extension app. In this screen cast we are going to walk through the process of installing our extension on our local system and doing our debugging/development work on our local machine. This saves time and allows for easy development within the crossrider framework.

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Anthony is a Web Software Developer & Linux Systems Engineer. With 11 years of experience in these fields. He is also the founder and main contributor at Pinehead.tv. He is passionate about passing on his technical knowledge through training and educating others.

3 responses to Crossrider javascript framework – How to use debug mode

  1. Thanks Anthony for another great and useful tutorial.
    We have featured this one on the site as well.

    Keep up your amazing work with Pinehead.tv :-)

  2. Thanks for very useful tutorial. How about debugging on IE?