and Firefox Aurora
Updated: July 23, 2014
The first part up to pp 30 is an introduction without actually putting any code into the browser, so take a look at that to start getting a feel for how it works.
Once youíve gotten to the point where you need to start running code, go through the sections below to get your browser development environment set up. You might want to go back through the examples you did on paper with the browser development tools to see the code actually running as well.
Note that this is a change from Google Chrome to Firefox Aurora due to the fact that Chrome was just too buggy (Firefox is also buggy, but better).