About

My undergraduate degree is Electrical Engineering and Automation. Graduate degree is Power Electronics and Power Drives. Personal favorite programming languages are C, C++, C#, Python and JavaScript.

Currently I works as an software engineer/ programmer in HPE. During the free time, I also work as a free-lance programmer. Have good knowledge of, WCF, WPF, WF, Silverlight, Django, Drupal, wxPython, RabbitMQ, jQuery, SQL Server, SQLite, MongoDB, Qt, Cordova and Unity 3D.

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  1. Max

    Hey Erxin,

    Sorry if this is a bad place to contact you — I couldn’t find your email address. I was trying to work through this tutorial that it looks like you contributed to:

    https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Debugger-API/Tutorial-Debugger-Statement

    but wasn’t able to get it to work. In particular, I got a “gBrowser.selectedBrowser.contentWindow is null” error. Has firefox changed in such a way that this doesn’t work anymore? This functionality would be super useful for a project I’m working on.

    Best,

    Max

    Reply
    1. Shang Erxin Post author

      Hi Max,

      Sorry for the late response. The debugger API is only work for legacy Firefox extension such as XPCOM or addon SDK. It is not work with WebExtension extension. Which technology does your project chosen? If the API is required, you could use a WebExtension Experimental Extension which could only be used in developer edition and nighltly built Firefox.

      Best regards,
      Erxin

      Reply

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