TSW WebCoder 2010 sneak-peak part 10: WebDebug

May 11, 2010

In WebCoder 2009, I introduced the new Inspect mode. In WebCoder 2010, this function has been revamped and renamed to WebDebug and is now offering some pretty cool, new functionality. If you have ever used Firebug for the Firefox browser, you will probably recognize some of it, but in WebCoder you can use the same functionality with both Firefox and Internet Explorer. WebDebug is all about allowing you to see your websites in the internal preview browsers, while being able to make changes to the underlying HTML and CSS and see the result in realtime, and as shown in the demo video, you can even debug live websites and then have WebCoder upload the changes to your FTP server. So without further ado, here is a little video of the function in action and the very first glimpse of WebCoder 2010 in fullscreen. As you can see, I have hidden the top toolbars and side tool windows for this demo, to make room for properly showing you WebDebug:

Watch a video of the TSW WebCoder 2010 "WebDebug" in action

Please let me know what you think of this and be prepared, because the first beta version is getting close :)

Kasper (TSW) @ 9:07 am in WebCoder

4 Responses to “TSW WebCoder 2010 sneak-peak part 10: WebDebug”

  1. Pelle Ravn says:

    I think it looks really awesome!

    I use tools like that in my browser, but it’s great that I don’t have to leave my editor to see/change stuff like that!

    Looking forward to the beta ;)

  2. Terry says:

    I was already sold with all the other sneak-peak previews, but this is like icing on a cake!
    I can’t wait for the beta.

    Outstanding job, Kasper! :)

  3. MooreHojer says:

    This is just great… I am absolutely loving it… can’t wait for you to release the first beta.

  4. Mike says:

    I’ve been following your stuff for years but have always found it difficult to code from scratch. I am using Joomla to do some of my sites and wondered if I could use this new feature to edit the CSS “live” as per some other dedicated CSS editors. They are by no means as comprehensive as this though. AWESOME!!!

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