Inject jQuery into a webpage using a FireFox addon - FireQuery

I found a really cool Firefox addon called FireQuery. This addon enables you to inject jQuery into any web page. This is a nice way to see how any web page behaves with jQuery.

Normally I would write a small article on how to use this technology, but I felt like doing something different so I made a short screencast on FireQuery and how to use it. Hopefully you’ll find it a useful tool as well.

You can watch the screencast here or can see it below:



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About The Author

Malcolm Sheridan is a Microsoft awarded MVP in ASP.NET and regular presenter at conferences and user groups throughout Australia. Being an ASP.NET Insider, his focus is on web technologies and has been for the past 10 years. He loves working with ASP.NET MVC these days and also loves getting his hands dirty with JavaScript. He also blogs regularly at DotNetCurry.com. Follow him on twitter @malcolmsheridan

4 comments:

Balaji said...

Wow, I hadn't thought about it that way before. Good write up, very clearly written. Have you written previously about "Inject jQuery into a webpage using a FireFox addon - FireQuery"? I'd love to read more.

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Malcolm Sheridan said...

@Balaji
Thanks. I haven't written any other article on this before.

Antonin Hildebrand said...

Hey Malcolm, thanks for screencast on FireQuery! Have a great new year!

btw. comment from Balaji is probably just auto-generated commercial spam which does not deserve your precious attention :)

Anonymous said...

Can you answer this question related to firefox and jQuery!? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6649109/cant-do-anything-with-ajax-response-in-firefox-extension