Personally I use Macs, 27 inch 2011 Mac for my desktop [pimped up with 32 gigs ram which I upgraded myself for less than 200 euros] and on the go, I use a macbook air. Safari is the default browser and I have no issues with it. Apart from the fact that I have to consciously open Chrome when I am developing a website so that I can use Chrome's developer tools. Sure I could just make Chrome the default browser but I don't want to. Which got me asking , why is there no Developer Tools for Safari. As it turns out, there is! One just needs to enable it.
I would have thought it was a simple drag and drop customisation thing or just go to system preferences and click enable Developer Tools or something like that. Apples official [[https://developer.apple.com/safari/tools/ | Apple Developer Tools] page is also of no help.
I know right now you are probably saying, wtf jnvilo, you are a linux guy, linux user for 15 years , you should be used to this! But alas my friend, the moment I get to a Mac Desktop, I expect it to behave like a mac desktop. After all these days, all my linux work are always done via terminal. On Mac we have iTerm which compares very well against linux's terminator. But I digress... back to Safari Developer Tools.
So without further ado, here is how I did it.
And Now you have it!