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Jul 31 2009 jquery

jQuery Dump Plugin

For some reason I've always found dumping objects to see their contents and methods in javascript a pain. Today I found this very useful jQuery plugin that provides the most complete / robust dump functionality with the best output I've seen. You can d/l it from here (save it as jquery.dump.js, sometimes drupal mangles filenames for security) and after including it in your html, simply invoke $.dump(whatever_javascript_object).

Here are a couple of quick screenshots I took of the output, note there is alot more, I just grabbed the beginning of the attributes and functions sections.

Jquery dump
Jquery dump1