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Firefox Developer Tools Update, June 21

21 June 2012

The weekly update is back! This post has the highlights of the past week in developer tools. The full notes, as before, are on the wiki. Many fixes for the Debugger have been merged to Aurora this week. It has solidify a lot since Firefox 15 first went to Aurora. Thanks for all of the […]

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Top Requests for Firefox Developer Tools (March 2012)

19 March 2012

Feedback, and lots of it Back in January, I wrote about some of the input we have received about the latest developments in Firefox tools for web developers. We get lots of input from many sources, including a new round of user studies that we just completed last week. What people are saying about our […]


Firefox Developer Tools Update, March 15, 2012

16 March 2012

Firefox 11 shipped this week and included the Style Editor and the 3D Page View in the Inspector. Big ups for Cedric Vivier and Victor Porof and all the reviewers and supporting cast who helped make those features a reality! This week, additional progress was made on the Script Debugger. Panos has nearly finished the […]

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Firefox Developer Tools Update, March 8

8 March 2012

This week in the world of the Firefox Developer Tools team: Rob‘s newly-formed Script Tools team is working furiously to get our new script debugging panel ready for general use: Mihai and Panos have landed some source editor changes which will let you set breakpoints from the script’s gutter.¬† Previously breakpoints could only be set […]


Weekly developer tools update, March 1

1 March 2012

The full meeting minutes are on the wiki. Firebug 1.10a4 has been released the pseudo class lock feature has landed in Nightly. It’s on the context menu of the page inspector’s “infobar” that shows the tag/ID of the selected element. A handful of Style Inspector changes have landed and will soon be visible in Nightly […]

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Weekly developer tools meeting, Feb 16

16 February 2012

The weekly meeting minutes are up on the wiki. Here are some highlights: Firebug has integrated the Source Editor, but it turns out that this doesn’t work in SeaMonkey. Victor has a Blender importer for Tilt. Some new commands have landed for the command line (tilt with screenshot, edit and pref not far behind) Panos […]

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Weekly developer tools update, Feb 9

9 February 2012

Here are the highlights from this week’s developer tools meeting. Panos is now a devtools module peer! Firebug 1.10a3 coming tomorrow extension API should be roughly complete and stable multi-line command line is based on Firefox’s SourceEditor, which means it will have syntax highlighting Firebug is considering moving to GitHub Pseudo-class lock API has landed. […]

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Weekly developer tools update, Feb 2

2 February 2012

Apparently, the groundhog says we’re in for another 6 weeks of winter. With this week’s release of Firefox 10, we’re also in for about 6 weeks of beta for the next Firefox and 6 weeks of development for Firefox 13. Follow along with our development by joining our meetings or reading the notes below from […]


Weekly developer tools update, Jan 26

27 January 2012

Here are some high level points from the weekly meeting: Firebug 1.10 alpha 2 is coming tomorrow, and it’s restartless! And, almost all of the new Firebug is lazily initialized. Firebug 1.9.1 with a crash fix is planned for next week Many Tilt improvements have landed, including the ability to remove a node visually using […]

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Weekly developer tools update, Jan 19

19 January 2012

Here are the highlights from this week’s meeting: If you’re running Firefox Nightly, you should get Firebug 1.10a1 the GCLI command line¬† is being turned back off in the Web Console, but it will come back in the Developer Toolbar feature that is coming later Web Console is undergoing restyling Sonny has picked up the […]


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