I’ve been curious about the Brave browser for a little while now, and I’ve switched to Brave for any Chromium-based browser stuff I do (testing, browsing on sites that don’t support Firefox, and so on). I found this Ars Technica post interesting. They summarise a study into browsers and privacy, and found that Brave probably…… Continue reading Brave browser seems to protect our privacy the most
A few of my colleagues have been raving about the relatively new, Chromium-based Brave browser lately, so I decided to try it out. I initially didn’t pay much attention because I’m pretty happy using Firefox as my primary browser. That said, I like a browser that blocks tracker crud on the Web, so I thought…… Continue reading Exploring the Brave browser
If you spend a fair amount of your time in your browser’s page inspector examining and tweaking CSS, then you’ll probably find these two sets of features in the Firefox Page Inspector to be really helpful. Track changes you make Firefox Developer Tools offers a great way to track CSS changes we make while testing…… Continue reading Two more Firefox Dev Tools tips for inactive CSS and tracking changes you make
I primarily use Firefox Developer Edition as my day to day browser. I use the excellent Firefox page inspector several times a day to troubleshoot issues for our customers, and write CSS for a variety of tweaks on sites that I use. As much as I enjoy using the Firefox browser inspector, I noticed a…… Continue reading The Chrome browser inspector has a very cool feature
This is awesome, particularly the ability to screenshot specific elements using element-specific flags: Firefox DevTools has now added a screenshot command, so you can take screenshots directly from the Console https://twitter.com/FirefoxDevTools/status/1032625326302617600
I love using Firefox as my primary browser. I prefer using it for a variety of reasons. Lately, though, I've noticed that it's become a bit of a resource hog, and I can't work out why?
My little trip down memory lane to the release of Firefox 3 and the robot artwork used to announce its emergence.
When it comes to unboxing videos, this Firefox unboxing video is the weirdest I’ve ever seen! https://youtu.be/TakXS-5RX14 I have Firefox set as my default browser on my work laptop, primarily for performance reasons: Chrome is just too heavy for my somewhat underpowered Lenovo laptop, even running Ubuntu Linux.