As announced last week the Firefox Developer Edition browser has been released today by the Mozilla Foundation – and upon downloading it the first thing you’re bound to notice is how much more developer friendly things look. The browser boasts a new minimalistc, dark UI which matches well with whatever IDE you also have open. No worries – if you prefer something a bit lighter there is an alternative light UI available within the settings panel.
Then of-course there is the slew of developer goodies that Mozilla has bundled into the browser. Full page screenshots, and grabbing the HEX color-codes of an element on a website are now a mere click away – alongside the Responsive Design Mode which allows you to quickly test your website within a multitude of standard screen resolutions. WebIDE has also been bundled in allowing you to create, test, and release web apps right from your browser, specifically targeting the Firefox OS platform.
With that said head on over here and download the developers edition of Mozilla Firefox. Then watch the video below where Mozilla’s Dave Camp walks you through the various new features of the browser.