Posts Tagged ‘firebug’

Firefox Tools Adapter Enables Developer Tools for Chrome and Safari

Monday, September 15th, 2014

So far, only an alpha version of the program is available, but it sounds like this will eventually be a pretty useful tool for developers …

Most developers have preferences when it comes to Developer Tools. Some swear on the ones built-in Chrome, others prefer Firefox’s or add-ons such as Firebug. The problem here is that these tools are limited to a single browser. If you have to switch to another, for instance to test how services and sites look in that browser natively, then you switch to that browser and use the tools provided by that browser or in that environment for the time being.

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Codeburner – HTML and CSS Reference

Monday, September 20th, 2010

Here’s a handy resource for anybody who’s involved in web development …

Even the most experienced web developer has to look up HTML properties and CSS elements from time to time. Several websites like the official W3C website offer references online, and some web development tools have references integrated in the app.

Codeburner, a free tool for the two web browsers Firefox and Opera, the Mac OS X operating system and Adobe Air offers another option. The web development reference offers quick lookups of HTML properties and CSS elements. Depending on the version installed, it looks slightly different.

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