New Developer Tools for Mozilla Firefox
For those of you who are developers, and still use Firefox, you’ll be happy to know that Mozilla announced yesterday that they’ve rolled out a new developer tool.
Mozilla put together a video for all of us to have a look at it:
Some of the features are:
1. More built in tools for real-time editing.
2. Page Inspector allows you to look into a page’s structure.
3. Style Inspector allows for quick and easy style editing.
4. Scratchpad uses Eclipse Orion to give you syntax highlighting
5. A full-screen API for full screen web experiences.
Those aren’t shabby additions and some of them are definitely going to give Chrome’s developer tools a run for their money.
The tools come bundled with Firefox, so you’ll need to update to get them.
Over to you Chrome, let’s see how you come back!
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