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Links 1 through 10 of 13 by Paul Carvill tagged firefox

Omnibug is a plugin for Firebug to ease developing web metrics implementations. Each outgoing request (sent by the browser) is checked for a pattern; if a match occurs, the URL is displayed in a Firebug panel, and decoded to show the details of the request. In addition, requests can be logged to the filesystem.

Out of the "box", it supports Omniture, WebTrends, Google Analytics/Urchin and Moniforce. Custom matching rules can be defined to support other systems.

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"To be successful, I think we’re also going to need enterprises to be more than just consumers of the software and tools. We need to build a framework for enterprises to contribute to the things they care about, and we need for enterprises to make contributions.

Enterprises may also need to change how they think about software rollout, if they want to keep pace with browser development and the evolution of the web platform. This is similar to managing the update cycle of a hosted application like Google Apps or Office 365, which could help the conversation. Some organizations will not be able to adapt, or not willing. If an organization stays on Debian stable for half a decade, they are just going to be left behind by basically all modern software. For less-severe cases, though, there is likely some meeting in the middle that’s possible. It could even lead to more agile deployment of their whole software stack, and more productive and happy users because of it!"

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"My opinion of Firefox's new rapid release process depends on which hat I wear. So I’ll offer three opinions:
As a Firefox developer, I love it. 
As an add-on developer, I find it annoying but mostly a non-issue. 
As person involved in the corporate deployment of Firefox, I think it’s a really bad idea."

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I'm inexplicably excited by this guy's experiments with audio in the browser, having never really been interested in this area before and considered it pretty much a dead end:

"I’m working with an ever growing group of web and Mozilla developers, along with some talented audiophiles, on a project to expose audio spectrum data to JavaScript from Firefox’s audio and video elements."

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I think this is an impressive level of transparency from the Firefox user experience team – a planned weekly update on what the team is up to, starting with priorities for FF3.7.

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

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"Execute JS is Firefox-Extension which provides an enhanced JavaScript-Console, where you can comfortably enter and execute arbitrary JavaScript-Code and modify functions."

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Firefox 3.7 on Windows has a glassy, translucent theme. Looks almost edible.

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Good analysis of Gecko and WebKit, the rendering engines of Firefox and Safari, respectively, and their positions, as well as their future, in the browser market

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