I don't know how many of you use Firefox, I use it almost exclusively. Anyway, I hadn't bothered to look at the extensions in awhile, as Venkman (the JS debugger) always crashed and I didn't use it much.
Here are some great developer tools for all the FF users:
Firebug - probably the most popular dev tool. I can't work without it now. Helps track down all those pesky markup and JS bugs.
Execute JS - opens a window where you can edit multi-line JS code and either execute it in the browser or in it's own window.
Console2 - haven't used it much, but it's a great improvement over the default JS console.
SQLite manager - for those of us that use SQLite on a regular basis, a really nice GUI tool to manage / create SQLite dbs.
I've got every one of these installed and I can't say they're "bug free" but all seem to be compatible and work well.
The other one I've got is non developer related but I can't do without - Foxmarks. Allows you to synchronize bookmarks across any PC anywhere (as long as it's got an internet connection, and a browser would be pretty useless without one I think). Great for keeping two or three PC's synced with the same bookmarks.
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Last edited by SOCK : 02-27-2008 at 04:11 AM.
Reason: Added the wrong extension - Header Spy, not Header Monitor!
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