Firefox 16 released with new developer command-line toolbar
Opening webpages, posting to Google+, replying on Twitter, reading Wikipedia articles, watching Youtube clips, etc, are action conducted via Firefox, Ubuntu's default web-browser, that constantly sees new releases, due to its recently adopted rapid release cycle.
Being part of a rapid release cycle, Firefox is, as seen in the latest months, expressed via both UI changes-related and new features-based releases, versions constantly bringing changes and pushing Firefox forward on multiple levels (UI, solid development tool, etc).
Firefox 16 has just been released, presenting itself as a developer-oriented version, taking Firefox a step further towards innovation (as suitable for developers).
The new 16 version introduces a handy interesting developer command line, allowing developers to access various functionalities of Firefox Developer Tools, process reachable via a clean intuitive interface.
Furthermore, Firefox 16 "unprefixes a number of stable features", such as CSS3 Animations, Transitions, Image Values, Transforms, IndexedDB, Values, Units, etc.
Firefox 16 is to probably land in Ubuntu in the next hours/days.
As a manual installation alternative, Firefox 16 is available for download on http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/
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