VisualEvent Bookmarklet VisualEvent Bookmarklet / tool / free

An extremely useful bookmarklet that shows all events assigned to your elements in a very nice way. Definitely check this one out. Demo in comments.
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submitted over 4 years ago, by pineapple
VisualEvent Bookmarklet popular tool


pineapple (uses dataTables as an example, let it load a minute)

note it does actually make you download and use locally, which is somewhat of a nuisance.

If you'd like to request it right from their server I have modified the bookmarklet, just edit the URL of the bookmarklet they have you drag to this:

javascript:(function() {var url = '';if( typeof VisualEvent!='undefined' ) {if ( VisualEvent.instance !== null ) {VisualEvent.close();}else {new VisualEvent();}}else {var n=document.createElement('script');n.setAttribute('language','JavaScript');n.setAttribute('src',url+'?rand='+new Date().getTime());document.body.appendChild(n);}})();

pineapple, over 4 years ago


It does seem to have difficulties with a lot of pages it seems, which really sucks because this is so much easier to read than chrome dev tools.

pineapple, over 4 years ago

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