Learn jQuery Faster with Firebug, jQuerify, and SelectorGadget

Use Firebug for learning, coding, and testing JavaScript and jQuery right in your browser. Then add the handy plugins, jQuerify and SelectorGadget.

Many thanks to Dave Ward and the folks at Polymorphic Podcast for putting together this handy tutorial video.

7 Responses to “Learn jQuery Faster with Firebug, jQuerify, and SelectorGadget”

  1. Jase

    Whoa,

    thanks so much for an extremely clear and concise video! I’m at an “advanced beginner” level of JS/JQ and I think this video alone is going to get me to intermediate very quickly. There’s no better way of learning than in real-time and on live sites!

    Thanks again!!

  2. Jase

    Whoa!

    Guys, thanks so much for an extremely clear and concise video! I’m at an “advanced beginner” level of JS/JQ and I think this video alone is going to get me to intermediate very quickly. There’s no better way of learning than in real-time and on live sites!

    Thanks again!!

  3. ulf gjerdingen

    hi there.
    so… for windows users this might be a dead end.
    selectorgadget is chrome only and firebug is firefow only.

    now what?

  4. ulf gjerdingen

    indeed :) i usually solve a lot of things just by saying it out loud. too bad i have to clutter up other people’s comment sections with it.

    oops. there i did it again… ;)

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