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Xmarks Browser Sync Service Announces Shutdown

I have been using Xmarks since it’s early debut in Firefox as Foxmarks extension. Xmarks is a free cross-platform browser sync service that kept bookmarks, passwords, history, etc in sync between multiple computers and even across browsers. I was happily using it to sync my bookmarks between Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari in Apple iMac as […]

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Firefox 4 New Features, Tips and Beta Download

Firefox has been facing a lot of competition from Google Chrome which has been slowly eroding Firefox’s market share. Mozilla is answering back with the release of Firefox 4 showing their fans that they are still in the leading edge in adopting open standards and technologies in their flagship browser. Firefox 4 Beta 1 New […]

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Mozilla Weave Sync Graduates As Firefox Sync

Weave Sync from Mozilla has been available as a Firefox add-on in beta versions. I have been following it closely as it promises to deliver what Xmarks – a Firefox add-on that syncs Firefox bookmarks, passwords, etc. to the cloud and your other Firefox browsers – delivers now. Weave Sync also added tab sync in […]

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Google Chrome Extensions for Web Development

I primarily use Firefox with extensions like Firebug, Web Developer, etc., for my web development efforts. Lately, Google Chrome is looking more and more attractive for a variety of things including web development. I just recently came across the Extensions for Web Development for Google Chrome page. Google Chrome has a built-in Firebug like tool […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 10-05-04

It doesn’t matter how many new browsers come to the forefront Firefox still does the job for me with its extensive browser add-ons. Google Chrome is catching up in the extensions space but Firefox still is in the lead for me and my specific tasks. I have found a few more great add-ons that I […]

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Firefox Picks of the Week 10-03-10 Tabs Edition

It’s been a while since I last posted on Firefox add-ons that some of you might have been convinced that I have switched to Google Chrome or even Safari with our recent 21.5” Apple iMac purchase. I am still a hardcore Firefox fan but I just have been keeping my Firefox running swift with a […]

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Getting Started With HTML & CSS Using Firebug

HTML & CSS are the the building blocks of websites on the Internet. If you want to get started with learning HTML and CSS, a book like Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML will get you to a flying start really quickly. My wife and I both used the Head First book to build […]

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Google Chrome Gets Greasemonkey Scripts

Update: Make sure you check out the new Super Google Reader Chrome extension. I have been a huge fan of Firefox and write regularly on that topic here. But, I have to admit that Google Chrome has been sneaking slowly into my workflow anytime I needed a second browser. Google Chrome is super fast to […]

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Firefox 3.6 is Available for Download

Firefox 3.6 is Available for Download

Firefox 3.6 was released today and is available for download. Firefox 3.6 brings a few new notable features Supports one-click themes – Personas (previously available as an add-on) Out-of-date plugin notifier Improved Javascript performance, browser responsiveness and startup time Web developers can tell scripts to run asynchronously to speed up page load time Support for […]

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Download Firefox 3.6 Release Candidate

It’s another exciting release for Firefox fans. Mozilla Firefox 3.6 Release Candidate is available for download. Firefox 3.6 introduces several cool features including Users can change the browser’s appearance with a single click using Personas. Firefox 3.6 alerts users about out of date plugins to keep them safe. Changes to how third-party software integrates with […]

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Lunascape – Browsershots Alternative In Your Computer

Lunascape – Browsershots Alternative In Your Computer

I run and manage several websites. One of the things I repeat doing is to check how the website looks in different browsers – Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Opera. I usually do this by firing up each browser and loading the site there. I just came across a very cool browser that gives […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-12-01 Contest Edition

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-12-01 Contest Edition

Firefox hosts a great contest with every major release of Firefox versions for extension developers. Now, Mozilla has announced the winners for the Extend Firefox 3.5 contest! Best New Add-on Grand Prize Winners (3) FireFound by Chris Finke Find lost or stolen laptops and phones with a simple and secure Firefox extension FireFound is an […]

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Mozilla Announces Weave Sync 1.0 beta 1

Mozilla Announces Weave Sync 1.0 beta 1

It has been a while since I have covered Mozilla Labs. It is one of the cool places where some of the cutting edge web technologies like Prism, Personas, Ubiquity, Bespin, Snowl, Geode, etc. Mozilla Weave is one such technology out of Mozilla labs. Weave enables you to have incredibly rich, personalized experiences across the […]

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Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 Available For Download

Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 Available For Download

Firefox 3.6 with Gecko 1.9.2 is here as beta 1 now. Here are the new features in Firefox 3.6 Users can now change their browser’s appearance with a single click, with built in support for Personas. Firefox 3.6 will alert users about out of date plugins to keep them safe. Open, native video can now […]

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