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Discussion on: Firefox developer tools can do that?

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Kevin

Pretty cool and useful, but i miss the '$' selector like google :(, i prefer firefox ofc

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Michiel Hendriks

Both $('css.selector') and $x('/xpath/query') are great tools in the console.

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rhymes

they are there

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Jean Machuca

Hello, If you use QCObjects as the main framework in your web app you got the Tag() function that it’s pretty much the same as $ but better performance and a native stack with the .map() nested function for the list. So you can do Tag(‘my path selector’).map(e=> console.log(e)); happy coding!

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rhymes • Edited

$("selector") does exist in Firefox