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Poster :: Add-ons for Firefox

by 1 other
A developer tool for interacting with web services and other web resources that lets you make HTTP requests, set the entity body, and content type. This allows you to interact with web services and inspect the results... very neat and useful indeed!


Firediff - In Case of Stairs

by 1 other
Firediff is a Firebug extension that tracks changes to a pages DOM and CSS.

Mozilla Labs » Blog Archive » A New Memory Tool for the Web

When the web developer's life will begin to be at a memory level, we'll start seeing disappear crappy web apps. And crappy webdevs.

Mozilla Labs » Blog Archive » Introducing Bespin

by 4 others
Bespin is the new prject of the Mozilla Labs. It is an online code editor. The first 0.1 release includes support for basic editing features, such as syntax highlighting, large file sizes, undo/redo, previewing files in the browser, importing/exporting projects, etc.


A firefox extension targeted at improving the accessibility of the websites. It includes a captcha reader, high contrast page viewing, link and focus highlighting, etc.


Mark Finkle’s Weblog » Fennec - M9 (User Experience Alpha)

Mozilla is releasing desktop versions of Fennec, the mobile version of Firefox targeted at being the concurrent of Iphone's Safari. As for the first tests, the user experience is rather convenient. It's w00t to be able to use flash on mobile devices!

On prend les mêmes (trolls) et on recommence - <Glazblog/>

"Vous n'aurez pas besoin d'attendre trois ans pour voir les dernières nouveautés CSS intégrées (essayez donc de faire des CSS Transformations avec Dreamweaver ou Web Expression). Et l'éditeur est en MPL. Alors merde aux trolls, non ?" C'est tellement vrai !

Home - Pencil Project

by 18 others
With the power of the underlying Mozilla Gecko engine, Pencil turns your excellent Firefox 3 browser into a sketching tool with just a 400-kilobyte installation package.

Color Management 0.2

Provides a GUI front end for enabling color management in Firefox and Songbird.


Mozilla Labs Blog » Blog Archive » Prism

by 10 others
Mozilla Labs is launching a series of experiments to bridge the divide in the user experience between web applications and desktop apps and to explore new usability models as the line between traditional desktop and new web applications continues to blur.

Jan-Piet Mens / whatmon: Mozilla Extension for Monitoring Whatever

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whatmon periodically reads a short bit of XML text from a web server (in my case: Apache). The XML contains an integer status and a single line of text. In practice, that line of text can contain whatever the administrator desires. I want an indication of the health of the mail queues on a number of mail servers we have inhouse. The line of text therefore contains two-letter codes with which I can identify the hostname of the mail server in question as well as a count of mails on the queue for each of the servers in question.

The Open Web

Mozilla's position : "We want to move the Web forward quickly"

Burning Chrome: Unpleasant surprises from, and a response

The Mozilla Foundation does not plan to invest in a pre-packaged or stand-alone XULRunner at this time. We plan to re-evaluate this as we approach the release of Mozilla 2.

Code snippets:Canvas

Save a remote file to a local file in XUL XUL-Enhanced Web Apps

This article presents a little-known use of XUL (Mozilla's user-interface language) and shows how to take advantage of its superior performance and accessibility over HTML while maintaining cross-browser compatibility.


Mozilla Labs Blog » Blog Archive » Introducing Operator

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Today Mozilla Labs is releasing Operator, a microformat detection extension developed by Michael Kaply at IBM. Operator demonstrates the usefulness of semantic information on the Web, in real world scenarios.