- jQuery is integrated, is possible to access the elements in the active tab.
- It includes an 'inspect' option, similar to Firebug's.
- Console's results are dumped in a colorful way.
- Dumped HTML elements, will allow quick inspection of the matched elements.
- Switching between recently executed scripts, with Page Down and Page Up.
- Frequently used scripts can be stored, for further use.
- Functions Window() and Document() to retrieve the document and window objects from the active tab.
- How to access the elements in the active tab
Using jQuery's selectors with no context, will match the elements in the neighboring page. So $('a') or jQuery('a') will match all the links in the page. For further information about jQuery, visit http://jquery.com.
- What does inspect mean
When Inspect is activated, moving the mouse over any element in the active tab, will highlight it. When an element is clicked, the plugin will generate a selector that will match that specific element and it will appear in the console. The same applies to dumped HTML elements.
- Where can I get more examples
The pack contains a file called Manual.txt which includes some examples with a short explanation. You can also check http://docs.jquery.com for jQuery related information.