I would argue the Firefox (currently #2), is probably the easiest of the browsers to develop for because of the great add-ons they have available. If you’re not already using any of the below, download them now:
- Colorzilla: Ever wish you had an eyedropper inside Firefox? Well here’s your tool. A small add-on that allows you get the colors from a page quickly without having to open up your graphics program or search the style sheet for the color.
- HackBar: When manipulating a URI is too cumbersome, you may want to invest in this little add-on. Take a URI you’re on and split each parameter into a separate line in a small text editor in your toolbar. Then you’ll have quick access to encode, encrypt, increment or decrement parameters easily for POST or GET calls.