So I finally jumped on the bandwagon. Two bandwagons, actually, but I’ll get to that soon.
While I like what I’ve done so far in the WinJS world, I would be very curious to see what people have used for things like navigation and layout outside the WinJS realm. A lot of the stuff I’ve seen in Windows 8 Land, WinJS makes ridiculously easy (which is a good comment on the guys who developed the WinJS libraries), so once I’m done with the Windows 8 side of things, I’m going to delve into the other areas and see whats out there in terms of APIs and the like.
You know what Im talking about…
In Internet Explorer, click Tools -> Internet Options.
Click the ‘Advanced’ tab (because developers are advanced users… right?), and untick the two boxes ‘Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer)’ and if necessary, ‘Disable Script Debugging (Other)’. Click the Apply button and restart IE.
I know I did…
Til next time!
Note: You must have admin privileges to disable these options, as well as having Active Script Debugging installed on your computer. Active Script Debugging is usually automatically installed with Office or VS.NET. Alternatively, you can download Microsoft Script Debugger from the MSDN website.