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Why we made vorlon.js and how to use it to debug your JavaScript remotely

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25 Jun 2015CPOL7 min read
Vorlon.js is powered by node.JS, socket.io, and late-night coffee. I would like to share with you why we made it, how to incorporate it into your own testing workflow, and also share some more details into the art of building a JS library like it.

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David Catuhe
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David Catuhe is a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft focusing on web development. He is author of the babylon.js framework for building 3D games with HTML5 and WebGL. Read his blog on MSDN or follow him @deltakosh on Twitter.

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