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Top Firefox Extensions For Developers πŸ”₯πŸš€

brandonwallace profile image brandon_wallace ・2 min read

Here are some great Firefox extensions for developers which will make you more productive.

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1 - Wappalyzer

Wappalyzer will identify technologies used on websites.


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2 - Stylus

Use Stylus to redesign, edit, create, and manage a website's CSS.


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3 - JSON View

View JSON document in the browser formatted and highlighted.


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4 - HTML Validator

Validate HTML on a webpage.


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5 - Measure-it

Measure elements on the webpage.


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6 - REST Client

Make custom HTTP request for testing purposes.


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7 - ColorZilla

Many features related to selecting colors.


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8 - Selenium IDE

Extension that allows you to record, edit, and debug tests.


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9 - Web Developer

Add various web developer tools to your browser.


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10 - WhatFont

Inspect fonts contained on a page.

Comment on your favorite extension!


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Steve Whitmore

Firefox actually has a built in JSON viewer now! It's enabled by default on the normal release version as of version 53 - developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/T...

I also recommend BitWarden as another must have plugin for devs. We need to manage a lot of credentials and it saves a lot of time. And, unlike LastPass, it's open source!

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brandon_wallace Author

Thank you for the comment Steve. I guess a JSON viewer would be an easy thing to incorporate into a browser.

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Jon Randy

A lot of the things you mention just provide functionality that's already built in

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brandon_wallace Author • Edited

Thank you for your comment Jon. Can you explain more? I will happily update this post with the information.

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