Building modern websites with Firefox? You’ll be needing this…

Anyone who is up to speed with XHTML/CSS/unobtrusive javascript will be aware of the Web Developer’s extension; an essential part of any Firefox toolkit.

However, the latest kid on the .xpi block is one seriously impressive piece of kit. I’ve been playing with the first release of Firebug for about 15 minutes now and I must say I’m blown away. In fact, this post has taken twice as long to write due to my new-found ability to dissect all of WordPress.com’s javascript goodness in real time.

I won’t do the product an injustice by briefly covering the feature set — go check it out for yourself.

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5 comments so far

  1. Cameron Adams on

    It sounds like a pretty neat little extension, haven’t bothered to load it up yet.

    One of the best JavaScript helpers out there is Venkman — it has a daunting interface (as does any debugger) and you won’t use it often, but when you need it, it’s invaluable.

  2. Cameron Adams on

    Oh, and what did you do to that awesome default blog template!?!?!? 😛

  3. Andrew K. on

    Venkman… it’s been in my ‘too hard’ basket for far too long 😮
    I don’t understand your second comment, but I know you’re giving me shit, so I’m going to have to use your email address to subscribe to all sorts of Special Offers now 😀

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