Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009

FireCrystal: Observe and roll back interactions

Category: Tip, Utility

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FireCrystal is a Firefox extension that helps designers and programmers alike figure out how interactive behaviors on the web work. FireCrystal allows users to record and rewind their interactions with web pages while showing the relevant code.

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:52 am
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Is that icon the same as the NYT hover tooltip icon?

Comment by zachleat — September 2, 2009

Great idea… crashed hard though. I’ll wait for the kinks to be worked out.

Comment by zachstronaut — September 2, 2009

It looks interesting, but only pussies use anything more than basic debugging tools.

Comment by Darkimmortal — September 2, 2009

zachleat: Yes, because it’s the NYT website.

Darkimmortal: Wow, way to be an internet tough guy.

Comment by MattCoz — September 2, 2009

zachleat: This page to be specific: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/02/sports/football/02super.html :p

Comment by MattCoz — September 2, 2009

@Darkimmortal : what, a debugging tool ? you mean you don’t just plug an oscilloscope to your cpu ?

Comment by ywg — September 3, 2009

Yikes, yes that fell flat on its face, fractured its skull and flatlined when I tried it.

I debug by mail.

Comment by jeromew — September 3, 2009

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