The final version of Firebug 1.2 has been released and will be up on the Mozilla Add-ons site today, and it is immediately available GetFirebug.com. There have been several improvements and a huge number of bug fixes made. Some of the major features in the release include Firefox 3 support, quality improvements, selective panel enablement, and the ability to suspend/resume Firebug. Firebug 1.3 development is already underway and is going to be focused on performance, quality, and testing. John Resig writes, “Firebug is the de facto tool for web developers and we need to make sure that its quality does not wane and that we tackle performance head-on.” For more information, see John’s blog post announcing the release.
Archive for August, 2008
- Tracing the Web (Andreas Gal)
- The Birth of a Faster Monkey (Mike Shaver)
- Great performance improvements coming for Firefox 3.1 (Mike Schroepfer)
- TraceMonkey (John Resig)