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Weekly Developer Tools Update, Jan 12

12 January 2012

Here are the highlights from the latest weekly meeting: Firebug 1.9 has been released! Read about Honza’s plans for Firebug 1.10 (note also that if you’re running Firefox Nightly, you should use Firebug 1.10) The Command Line has been turned on in Nightly! Try it out, and let us know what you think (and what […]

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Weekly Developer Tools Update, Dec 15

15 December 2011

The developer tools weekly meeting notes are in the usual place on the wiki. Here are some highlights: Firebug 1.9 is now slated for the week after Christmas The HAR specification is expected to become a W3C standard under the Web Performance Working Group Tilt has landed in fx-team! (Look for a 3D button in […]

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Weekly Developer Tools update, Dec 8

8 December 2011

This week’s meeting was well-attended and interesting. We actually ran over our hour-long slot, which is unusual, but the meeting didn’t seem that long! A few notes from the meeting: Firebug 1.9 beta 4 next week. Honza has been working tirelessly to track down some memory leaks. Cedric has created a new prototype HTML panel […]

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Weekly Developer Tools Update, Dec 1

1 December 2011

There was no update last week, due to the Thanksgiving holiday in the US. There was a meeting, but I wasn’t there… I was there for today’s meeting though, and the full minutes are up. I didn’t see it in the last update, so I’ll mention it here. The Style Editor has landed in Nightly! […]

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Weekly Developer Tools Update, Nov 17

17 November 2011

Both by popular demand, and by the fact that we now have a lot more to talk about, the weekly updates are back on this blog. As before, the full meeting notes are available on the wiki. The highlights from this week: Firefox 10 went to the Aurora channel last week, with a collection of […]


Firebug: Alive and Well

25 July 2011

Last week, John J. Barton announced that he has left IBM and the Firebug project and joined Google. John has been leading Firebug for quite some time and he has made a huge contribution there. It’s hard to overstate how important Firebug has been and still is in the world of web development, and John […]


Weekly DevTools meeting notes (June 16)

16 June 2011

The full meeting notes have the details, but the highlights are right here: Welcome Nick Fitzgerald (fitzgen on irc)! Nick is an intern with us for the summer. He’s already diving into the Command Line and will also be involved with the Style Doctor Work on Tilt progresses, as you can see in Victor Porof’s […]

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DevTools: Halfway to Firefox 7

15 June 2011

We’re now right in the middle of the 6 week development cycle for Firefox 7, so I thought I’d do a quick rundown of the features we’re tracking for that Firefox, with two special bonus features at the end. Remember that we’re following a release train model here. The timing for Firefox 7 is fixed, […]


Weekly DevTools meeting notes (June 9)

9 June 2011

Check out the full meeting notes for a bit more detail, but I’ve got the highlights for you below: Tomorrow, QA is holding a Firefox 6 developer tools test day. Join us in #testday if you’re trying out Scratchpad or new Web Console features for Firefox 6 and would like some assistance! Jan Odvarko released […]

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Weekly DevTools Meeting Notes (June 2)

2 June 2011

As usual, the full meeting notes are on the wiki. Here are the highlights for this week: Firebug 1.7.2 has been released. Compatible with Firefox 3.6, 4 and 5 (now in beta) Has some other bug fixes Firebug 1.8 beta due tomorrow Compatible with Firefox 6 (now in Aurora) and Nightly Contains the big modules […]

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