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Six time-saving tips for using the DevTools Console
Microsoft Edge Team
Microsoft Edge DevTools engineer Patrick Brosset recently collected some of the web development community’s favorite tips for getting the most out of one of the most popular features of browser DevTools: the humble Console. We’ve collected a few The post Six time-saving tips for using the DevTools Console appeared first on Microsoft Edge Blog.
Dev channel update to 90.0.803.0 is live
Hello Insiders! Today we’re releasing build 90.0.803.0 to the Dev channel. We’ve got some cool things to talk about up front, and here they are: First, if you’ve ever wondered what a cookie really is while you’re surfing, we’ve got a great introductory article that explains everything you need to know: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/remote-resource-center/manage-web-cookies. Next, for web devs, we’ve got not one, but two exciting articles! Here, we’ve got some hints and tips to help you save time and work smarter when using the F12 tools: https://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/2021/02/23/six-time-saving-tips-edge-devtools-console/. And […]
Dev channel update to 90.0.796.0 is live
Hello Insiders! Today we’re releasing build 90.0.796.0 to the Dev channel. No matter who you are, we’ve got lots of exciting content today: Most people are annoyed by constant permission requests from websites, which is why we rolled out a quieter version of notification requests a little while ago. Today, we’ve got an update on that experience that details how we’re tweaking it for specific websites: https://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/2021/02/16/introducing-adaptive-notification-requests-in-microsoft-edge/. For PDF users, we mentioned last week about our improved right-click menu. […]