Web Development Helper

Web Development Helper

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Web Development Helper is a free browser extension for Internet Explorer
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Web Development Helper is a free browser extension for Internet Explorer that provides a set of tools and utilities for the Web developer, esp. Ajax and ASP.NET developers. The tool provides features such as a DOM inspector, an HTTP tracing tool, and script diagnostics and immediate window.
Web Development Helper works against IE6 , and requires the .NET Framework 2.0 or greater to be installed on the machine.
Once installed, the tool can be activated using the Tools | Web Development Helper command. You can also customize your browser's toolbar to add a button for this command to facilitate frequest use. Clicking on the menu command or browser button brings up the tool's console window and set of commands.

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