scuttle: debugging

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  1. Awesome little service that shows you the content of incoming webhooks. Super useful.
  2. Useful article explaining in simple detail how scrolling and onscroll events happen (or don't happen) on various mobile devices. Bit dated, but still useful.
  3. A very useful SSL check utility which will support non standard port numbers. Useful for monit debugging on port 2812.
  4. Similar to Charles Proxy, but only on Windows, a web debugger that acts as a proxy between browser and web and allows the user to monitor / modify request on the fly.
  5. A paid ($50/user) program that acts as a proxy between browser and web and allows the developer to monitor / modify / etc traffic including SSL. Handy. Want open source.
  6. Handy online visualiser for json data. Can get slow with large files, but it's useful nonetheless.
  7. Absolutely awesome javascript editor based in the browser. Four panes to edit HTML, CSS and Javascript and then see the rendered result. Wicked crazy awesome, pastebin on bat shit crazy steroids!

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