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RE: Somewhat offtopic: Stepping through the rendering process in browsers?

From: Mike Wilson <mikewse@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2009 11:55:36 +0100
Message-ID: <BAY116-DAV12E2F7A8BE26CDB06AEDE2A4B60@phx.gbl>
To: "'Adam Twardoch'" <list.adam@twardoch.com>, "'www-style'" <www-style@w3.org>
Message-ID: <088d01c98f5b$ee832da0$0a01a8c0@mikedeskxp>
Hi Adam,

Not exactly what you are asking for, but Fiddler's ability to single-
step requests ("breakpoints") could be useful:
(though this is done as a server-side proxy and not in browser)

Depending on what you want to test, Steve Souder's "cuzillion" tool 
might also be interesting. It lets you experiment and see the impact of 
f ex slow loading script and stylesheet files:

Best regards
Mike Wilson

Adam Twardoch wrote on 13 februari 2009 14:04:
> I would be interested in seeing an ability to somehow view the process
> of building up a page in "slo-mo", or have a step-by-step tracking
> utility that would allow me to step through the rendering process.
> Perhaps this might be a separate utility that would allow the 
> developer
> to simply step through the single http requests (while suspending the
> timeout limits of the browser at the same time).
> Is something like that available? (For the popular browser platforms
> like Mozilla/Firefox, WebKit/Safari, IE, Opera).
> Thanks,
> Adam
Received on Sunday, 15 February 2009 10:56:46 UTC

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