Browsers

Chromium-Based Edge: The First Month

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Full disclosure. I’m about to discuss Microsoft browsers and I’m a Microsoft MVP. More importantly, I’ve been using web browsers since before either Firefox or Chrome existed, and for ten years I haven’t used a Microsoft browser as my default. So, read on and let’s talk about browsers! Browser History If I go back a […]

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Full Page Screenshot in Firefox

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If you are pasting multiple screenshots of a web page into a single view, you should stop that and use the Firefox “Full Page Screenshot” feature. You can enable it in the developer tools, which are available behind the F12 button: This adds a camera icon to the developer tools: And when you press it, […]

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Quick Proxy Settings Switcher

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I switch my browser proxy settings all the time. I’m always capturing traffic in JMeter or intercepting using Burp Suite or using some other tool that requires an adjustment, so I’m in my browser settings tweaking it back and forward constantly. Proxy Selector allows you to store a number of different proxy configurations and switch […]

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Firefox Responsive Mode

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This is yet another article in praise of a Firefox developer tools feature. Last week I was getting excited about the 3D mode, but today I’m equally uncontrollable over the responsive mode. Once again, if you don’t have the little icon on the right hand side of the developer tools header, you can hit the […]

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Firefox 3D Mode

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If you haven’t checked out the native Firefox Developer Tools in a while, it is time to take another look – even if you are an avid Firebug fan. The native tools are nothing short of brilliant. The feature I’m going to highlight briefly is the 3D view. Once you get over the childish excitement […]

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Battery Status API

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The battery status API is quite a special one. While on a basic level you can use it to get information on how long a battery has left, it is what you do with the information that makes it cool. For example, if you have a web app that performs polling in the background, grabbing […]