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  1. Split console, pretty-print minified JS and more – Firefox Developer Tools Episode 28

    Just in time for the holidays, the Firefox Developer Tools teams has some excellent new surprises for you to enjoy as you hack on holiday projects! It’s a pretty long list, so let’s get started. App Manager The App Manager continues to be a priority Read more…

  2. Live editing WebGL shaders with Firefox Developer Tools

    If you’ve seen Epic Games’ HTML5 port of ‘Epic Citadel’, you have no doubt been impressed by the amazing performance and level of detail. A lot of the code that creates the cool visual effects you see on screen are written as shaders linked together Read more…

  3. The Browser Console

    The Browser Console The Web Console was the first new developer tool added to Firefox 4, and the team has continued improving it in each release since. With Firefox 24 entering beta, we thought it would be a good time to highlight the features available Read more…

  4. Network Monitor, now in Firefox Beta

    The Firefox Developer Tools team is particularly proud announce that Firefox 23 (in Firefox Beta, to be released today) ships with an initial but very functional Network Monitor tool that not only provides similar functionality to other tool sets, but in many improves on them. Read more…

  5. Compete in the “Amp Your Firefox” Add-ons Contest

    People love their add-ons—85% of Firefox users have them installed, and there have been over 3 billion downloads since they revolutionized browsing in 2004. There are add-ons for almost everything under the sun: fun, productivity, personalization, even for making tea. Between June 13 – July Read more…

  6. Developer Tools Update – Firefox 22

    This is the first in a series of posts published on or about the time a new Firefox version graduates from ‘Nightly’ status and becomes Firefox Aurora. We think that is the absolute best time to let you know about all the cool new developer-related Read more…

  7. Firefox Developer Tools work week wrap-up

    Last week in Sunnyvale we had the first Developer Tools work week to include the recently-integrated Jetpack team ( for a slightly different take on the week, see Paul’s post. ). And what a week! I was a bit shocked by how many things I Read more…

  8. DOM MutationObserver – reacting to DOM changes without killing browser performance.

    DOM Mutation Events seemed like a great idea at the time – as web developers create a more dynamic web it seems natural that we would welcome the ability to listen for changes in the DOM and react to them. In practice however DOM Mutation Read more…

  9. MDN Hack Day @polyglotconf, Sunday May 27th in Vancouver BC

    Right now my fellow Mozillians are either in Buenos Aires or on their way there to stage this Friday’s MDN Hack Day and the start of our whole South American tour. Me? I’m still at home in Canada working hard the next steps. I’m happy Read more…

  10. 1st ever MDN Hack Day in NYC

    So what’s an MDN Hack Day, you ask? The intention is to host a day of talks, hacks and demos that first introduces the participants to Mozilla and our various open web projects, then invite attendees to shift into participant mode and start hacking. Another Read more…