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Using Greasemonkeys instead of Save Web page

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Kevin Lynch kicked off the Adobe Engage event in SF this morning. In one of his demos he did something that I have been seeing more and more.

He was showing off an Apollo based eBay application that uses the eBay Web Service APIs.

One part shows a tweaked eBay web page, and in the past you would see people doing a ‘Save As’ in their browser to grab everything, and then editing it, and showing that page locally.

He had instead used good old GreaseMonkey to tweak the interface directly at

This makes for a really nice demo tool and it has the added benefit that you can share your script if there is something useful that others may want to do.

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