A quick update to Illuminations that brings some basic Enyo2 support, because, you know, why not? Also included are support for JS SDKs (and BackboneJS derivatives) Parse and StackMob.
BackboneJS is supported in this release. Data models and views are now viewable in the Illuminations panel. Backbone is rather barebone, so you will have to reload a page after starting Firebug, as I alter the backbone code as it loads (much like how YUI3 works). It doesn't have much internal instrumentation. In addition, the view system is not composable in the classic sense, as you can't interegate a view as to who is it's parent, or whom the children are. But like jQueryUI, I try and guess.
Illuminations v1.1.14 brings much improved ExtJS 4.x support, beta EmberJS view support, and jQuery is trial notice exempt now!
Right clicking to find and inspect something in the Illumination panel of Firebug:
Firebug 1.6 is almost ready for release, and before it goes final I want a few more people to start using, playing with, and testing my extension to Firebug 1.6 called Illumination for Developers:
It makes Firebug know all about ExtJS. And it is very very handy, and so let's discuss a few of the features: