Firebug integrates with Firefox to put a wealth of web development tools at your fingertips while you browse. You can edit, debug, and monitor CSS, HTML, and JavaScript live in any web page.

Firebug is always just a keystroke away, but it never gets in your way. You can open Firebug in a separate window, or as a bar at the bottom of your browser. Firebug also gives you fine-grained control over which websites you want to enable it for.

And here is some of the geat features that Firebug provides you with:

  • Inspect HTML and modify style and layout in real-time
  • Use the most advanced JavaScript debugger available for any browser
  • Accurately analyze network usage and performance
  • Extend Firebug and add features to make Firebug even more powerful
  • Get the information you need to get it done with Firebug.

 

Published under: Code | Utilities

ApiChange is the swiss army knife for developers who want to know whats inside their binaries and who is using it.

ApiChange is basically a command line tool that allows you to execute queries on your compiled .NET code base. The main purpose is to find out how big the impact of an api change would be if you changed this or that, allowing diff’ing public types, finding uses of methods, interfaces, types, etc, and giving reporting in Excel.

At a quick glance, this looks like a powerful and useful tool, and this post also discusses a little about its implementation.

 

Published under: Utilities | Apache License