WebKit Announced New Web Inspector

The WebKit team announced a new version of the Web inspector and have added a bunch of new features that you will find invaluable for web development: Completely redesigned interface, no longer a transparent panel Works with any WebView inside third-party applications, not just Safari Supports docking to the inspected page Shows all resources included […]

The WebKit team announced a new version of the Web inspector and have added a bunch of new features that you will find invaluable for web development:

  • Completely redesigned interface, no longer a transparent panel
  • Works with any WebView inside third-party applications, not just Safari
  • Supports docking to the inspected page
  • Shows all resources included by the page, sorted into categories
  • Global search through all text-based resources
  • Console to show errors and warnings with live JavaScript evaluation
  • Network panel showing resource load timeline along with HTTP request and response headers
  • Resource size and load time summary graph in the Network panel
  • Syntax highlighted HTML source
  • Inline JavaScript and HTML error reporting

The new inspector is available in the Mac and Windows nightly builds.

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