Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Web Development Extensions (Firefox)

With the Web Developer Extension and Html Validator for Firefox and Mozilla, Firefox is very appealing towards web developers (those that care about standards and accessibility that is). MozEdit is targeted at web developers as is FireFTP. You can debug JavaScript with the Venkman JavaScript Debugger. What there doesn't seem to be (that I know of) is a CSS editor (one that works like NVU's, or Dreamweaver MX; not a side bar with the CSS in plain text - like the Web Developer Extension or EditCSS).

You could probably combine all these into one extension and have a Web Development IDE. I wonder if anyone does all their development in Firefox?

Internet Explorer does not seem to have tools like this that integrate well with it. Is it even possible to have the same things in it?


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