Firebug team is proud to announce final Firebug 1.11!
Firebug 1.11 is compatible with Firefox 17-20
Let’s start with a list of developers who contributed to this version (generated from our source repository and issue list):
- Jan Odvarko
- Sebastian Zartner
- Simon Lindholm
- Florent Fayolle
- Steven Roussey
- Farshid Beheshti
- Harutyun Amirjanyan
- Bharath Thiruveedula
- Nikhil Verma
- Antanas Arvasevicius
- Chris Coulson
FWG (Firebug Working Group) is also regularly rewarding developers using donations made by Firebug users. Note that you can support us by making a donation here, thanks!
If you’d like to contribute code read post about Hacking on Firebug
Here is a brief list of top ten new features introduced in this release. If you are interested in more details take a look at this list with descriptions and screenshots.
You can also read our Firebug 1.11 release notes.
- SPDY Support
- Performance Timing Visualization
- CSS Query Selector Tool
- New include() command
- Observing window.postMessage()
- Copy & Paste HTML
- Styled Logging
- Log Function Calls
- Improved $() and $$() commands
- Autocompletion for built-in properties
Some numbers related to this release.
- 127 issues fixed
- 40 enhancements implemented
- 114 working days (since 1.10 release)
- 25 automated tests created
- About 5M new downloads (since 1.10 release)
- More than 3.3M average daily users and growing
Update: Firebug 1.11.0b4 version has been also released to updated beta channel on AMO. This version is the same as Firebug 1.11.0
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Jan ‘Honza’ Odvarko