Firefox for Mobile Devices

November 16, 2009 by  
Filed under Links and Resources, Tech News

FirefoxI’m really looking forward to trying out Firefox mobile when it’s released. Below is a video that highlights what Firefox mobile can do.

Swiping left and right to see the controls is a great idea since space is very limited. And the AwesomeBar sounds, well, awesome! I really like the idea of Weave Sync as well. This technology syncs your mobile, work desktop, home desktop, etc. for a seamless transition in web browsing. Location-Aware browsing sounds pretty amazing. It’s like having Yelp for topics you’re browsing on! Check out the video for more features.

Meet some of the members of the Mozilla Mobile Team as they give you a quick tour of the user interface and features of Firefox for mobile devices, including the Awesome Bar, Weave Sync, add-ons and tabbed browsing, to name a few.

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Quick Tip: View Source in Firefox 3.5

July 1, 2009 by  
Filed under Tips and Tutorials

I recently updated my browser to FireFox 3.5 and discovered a very useful feature. While looking at the source code of my webpage, I noticed that all anchor links were clickable. Clicking on them will let you view the source code of that link. Clicking on image links will display the image. This comes in very handy since I look at the source code of my projects often to make sure scripts are outputting the correct HTML codes.

To view the source code of a page, go to “View -> Page Source.”

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Hope you enjoyed this tip of the day. :)

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Firefox 3 Download Day

June 17, 2008 by  
Filed under Daily Ramblings

Download Day 2008

Firefox 3 Final Release will be available later today. Don’t forget to download your copy in a few hours! We’re also trying to break a World Record! Join in on the fun!

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Firefox Download Day 2008

June 3, 2008 by  
Filed under Tech News

Make the pledge to download Firefox 3! Let’s help set the record for the most downloads in 24 hours with the release of Firefox 3 at a soon to be announced day in June!

Source: Download Day 2008

Firefox 3 Beta 5

May 15, 2008 by  
Filed under Daily Ramblings

Firefox 3 Beta 5

I just installed Firefox 3 Beta 5 tonight, and it seems to be running much faster. I do like how the address bar can predict what I want to type. It’s a lot like IE 8.0.

One thing that I thought was nifty was… did you know you can drag urls and drop them into the address bar? I’m not sure if this is new or not, but I just discovered it tonight. See image above.