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Design, debug, details.

Advanced Debugging With JavaScript

by Chris Mills, Hallvord R.M. Steen · 22 Comments

JavaScript debuggers help find and squash errors in code. To become an advanced debugger, you'll need to know about the tools available to you, the typical JavaScript debugging workflow, and code requirements for effective debugging. In this article, using a sample web application, Steen and Mills share advanced techniques for diagnosing and treating bugs.

The Details That Matter

by Kevin Potts · 42 Comments

We no longer lay out pages with composing sticks and straight edges, and design is no longer a trade position requiring a lengthy apprenticeship, but an eye for details is every bit as important today as it was in the early days of graphic arts. Learn the habits of successful designers, who think critically as well as creatively, and who see the forest while never losing sight of the trees.

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