Mozilla Firefox Developer Edition 35.0 Alpha 2
Features at a glance
In addition to the standard features that are present in the main Mozilla Firefox edition, this flavor introduces an extra button on the main toolbar, allowing web developers to quickly access various tools that help them build a better Web.
Another button will let web developers easily develop, deploy and debug applications for Mozilla’s Firefox OS mobile operating system directly in the web browser or on a device powered by Firefox OS. This feature is called WebIDE.
The Sync function just got revamped in the Developer Edition of Mozilla Firefox, allowing users to keep all of their data (bookmarks, passwords, open tabs) in sync across desktop and mobile browsers.
Being based on an upcoming version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser, the Developer Edition also introduces the revamped Preferences (about:preferences) panel, which opens in a new tab, giving users quicker access to general settings, content settings, applications settings, privacy settings, security settings, sync and other advanced settings.
Availability and supported operating systems
Just like current versions of the Mozilla Firefox web browser, the Developer Edition is distributed for free as pre-built binary packages, supporting all GNU/Linux distributions and running on both 32-bit (i386) and 64-bit (x86_64) computers.
In addition to Linux, the Mozilla Firefox Developer Edition web browser is also officially supported on the Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. Be aware though, that it is in early development and bugs are present.
Reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on November 10th, 2014
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Application descriptionMozilla Firefox Developer Edition is an open source, multi-platform and free software project, a redesign of Mozilla's...