Over on Matt White ‘s website he posted a video of the Flash Builder Reverse Debugger which is really cool. It shows the ability (among others) for a user when they encounter an error in the application they’re using being able to send a debug file to the developer. Once the developer gets this file he/she can load it up in the debugger and see exactly what they were doing when they encountered the error including variable values and the like. This is very cool stuff. This video got me thinking about a conversation I had with Tim Tripcony a few weeks ago when we were talking about how we could

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Over on Matt White ‘s website he posted a video of the Flash Builder Reverse Debugger which is really cool. It shows the ability (among others) for a user when they encounter an error in the application they’re using being able to send a debug file to the developer. Once the developer gets this file he/she can load it up in the debugger and see exactly what they were doing when they encountered the error including variable values and the like. This is very cool stuff. This video got me thinking about a conversation I had with Tim Tripcony a few weeks ago when we were talking about how we could

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While going through the blogosphere today I saw a post on Bob Balfe’s blog pointing to the The Dojo Toolkit Blog (which I added to my reader, thanks Bob). On that blog I saw a post talking about Dojo and MooTools joining forces which will be called dojools. During this transition both frameworks will be loosing and gaining parts of their respective APIs. The merger kind-of concerns me as a lot of my work is based on Dojo and this may break a lot of projects that I’ve been working on. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see what shakes out at the end. But while looking for some

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While going through the blogosphere today I saw a post on Bob Balfe’s blog pointing to the The Dojo Toolkit Blog (which I added to my reader, thanks Bob). On that blog I saw a post talking about Dojo and MooTools joining forces which will be called dojools. During this transition both frameworks will be loosing and gaining parts of their respective APIs. The merger kind-of concerns me as a lot of my work is based on Dojo and this may break a lot of projects that I’ve been working on. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see what shakes out at the end. But while looking for some

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