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Jim Plush's Blog:
The End of alert() - MyBic 0.6.2 AJAX Released
April 05, 2006 @ 07:06:46

Jim Plush has release the latest version of his My-BIC Ajax/PHP framework today - version 0.6.2 - which sees the end of alerts() for debugging.

First, he notes that My-BIC has its own SourceForge project and can be found here. The current site will still be kept up to date as well.

Secondly, the bigger change - the removal of alerts() for the debugging messages in applications. They've been replaced by a list of items with expandable labels. Here's an example of this new feature.

He makes the suggestion for a possible use of this new tool too - remote debugging by having a user/customer see the debug information and give you the results.

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