Firefox Developer Edition: A Quick Look

So I’ve spent the evening playing with the Firefox Developer Edition, and watching Nikita

English: Cropped image of Richard Nixon and Ni...

Cropped image of Richard Nixon and Nikita Khrushchev debating at the American National Exhibition in Moscow, 1959, part of what came to be known as the Kitchen Debate. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Khrushchev tour the US on American Experience on PBS. Firefox is fun, and pretty interesting. Though I have to admit it took me a little while to find the Developer Tools that makes it different. I still just play at developer in my spare time.

Developer Edition comes with a Web console that sits at the bottom of the browser, and a standalone Browser Console window (below) that reports on the current page that you’re working on.

Firefox Browser Console

Firefox Developer Edition Browser Console

The Developer Toolbar is actually the start of a “highly usable command line for web developers.”  Here’s the help file with available commands:

Firefox Developer Toolbar

The Developer Toolbar is really just a command line.

I suspect there’s more to come, but it’s nearly bedtime. Until tomorrow… share any experiences you have with Firefox Developer Edition or your favorite web development/design tool.

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