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Update to Rapid Web Development and Testing with Firefox

Published on October 23, 2005 in Firefox

I have updated the Rapid Web Development with Mozilla Firefox presentation. Changes include the following:

  • A minor change to the way the document is laid out. The presentation has been split up into coding/testing extensions, bookmarklets, and extensions designed to replace/compliment desktop development tools.
  • The addition of pages and links to the following extensions: Accessibility Extensions for Firefox, Add & Edit Cookies, CodeTch, MozImage.
  • The addition of links to the following extensions: Accessibar, Firefox View, Inspect Element, Opera View, View Cookies.
  • The removal of the Zoomy extension. Zoomy is not really a developer extension but more of an enhancement to Firefox’s user interface.
  • Added a page about bookmarklets, including the Slayer Office Favlet Suite.

Rapid Web Development and Testing With Mozilla Firefox
A French translation has been created from the original version. See this article at Framasoft.

Note: As Mozilla Firefox 1.0.7 is still the official version of Firefox, several extensions that are currently not compatible with the new Firefox 1.5 beta are still included in the presentation. At the time of this writing the following extensions will not work, out of the box, with the new beta: Add & Edit Cookies, CodeTch, Inspect Element, Live HTTP Headers, Opera View, View Rendered Source.

Original Post: Rapid Web Development and Testing with Mozilla Firefox


  1. Leonardo Caballero, November 21, 2005:

    Translation to Spanish of Web Development with Firefox

    Hi Leslie :-)

    My name is Leonardo Caballero, I’m from Maracaibo [1], Venezuela [2].
    I’m Developer Web and saw your presentation of “Web Development with
    Firefox” [3] and even many of the extensions already used them. From
    I’m translating to Spanish your presentation [3] using OmegaT [4] is a
    free translation memory application written in Java and want to know
    if this presentation [3] has some type of license? it’s to say, this
    published under GNU FDL [5] or Creative Common [6]? in order to know
    whereupon terms release this translation to the Spanish of your
    presentation [4]

    I wait for your answer


    [1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maracaibo /
    [2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venezuela /
    [3] http://lesliefranke.com/sandbox/presentations/firefoxwdev/firefoxwdev.htm
    [4] http://www.omegat.org/omegat/omegat.html
    [5] http://www.gnu.org/licenses/fdl.html
    [6] http://www.creativecommons.org/

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