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SQLite Manager
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SQLite Manager :: Add-ons for Firefox
Manage any SQLite database on your computer. An intuitive heirarchical tree showing database objects. Helpful dialogs to manage tables, indexes, views and triggers. You can browse and search the tables, as well as add, edit, delete and duplicate the records. Facility to execute any sql query. The views can be searched too. A dropdown menu helps with the sql syntax thus making writing sql easier. Easy access to common operations through menu, toolbars, buttons and context-menu. Export tables/views/database in csv/xml/sql format. Import from csv/xml/sql (both UTF-8 and UTF-16). Possible to execute multiple sql statements in Execute tab. You can save the queries. Support for ADS on Windows.

SQLite manager as a firefox plugin
RESTClient
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RESTClient :: Add-ons for Firefox
RESTClient is a firefox extension use to visit and test RESTful/WebDav services.

Debugging a CodeIgniter application with FirePHP
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Debugging a CodeIgniter application with FirePHP
FirePHP is an addon for FireBug extension for Firefox browser.

FirePHP extends FireBug functionalities to show log or error messages coming from your PHP application. These messages won’t be printed on the application interface but instead on the FireBug console.

Firefox Toolbar Tutorial
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Born Geek » Firefox Toolbar Tutorial
This tutorial explains how to create a toolbar extension for the Firefox web browser (specifically for version 1.5 and later). It provides an overview of how extensions are developed, the tools required to create an extension, and details on how toolbars are created. Please note that this tutorial is lengthy; I recommend spending time with it over the course of a few days (it makes for a good weekend read).

Hammerhead
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Hammerhead
Hammerhead adds a tab to Firebug for measuring the load time of web pages.

Understanding YSlow: What Matters; What Doesn’t
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Understanding YSlow: What Matters; What Doesn’t
YSlow by Yahoo! is a great little plugin for Firefox and Firebug. It looks at a page and uses Yahoo!’s Best Practices for Speeding Up Your Web Site to tell you how to make the page load faster. At least that is the idea behind it. In practice, however, not all of its suggestions are useful or even meaningful.

A nice short explanation of Yahoo's YSlow plugin for Firebug
Debugging AS3 with firebug's console
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marcosweskamp: Debugging AS3 with firebug's console
The really cool thing is that from flash you can call "console" using ExternalInterface, and any object you pass will be dumped as if it was a javascript object.

XUL layout examples
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XUL Periodic Table
Despite the title this is actually a very useful and growing collection of examples of different controls in XUL with source code and in a practical layout.
Dust-Me Selectors
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Dust-Me Selectors
It extracts all the selectors from all the stylesheets on the page you're viewing, then analyzes that page to see which of those selectors are not used. The data is then stored in your user preferences, so that as you continue to navigate around a site, selectors will be crossed off the list as they're encountered.

YSlow for Firebug
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YSlow for Firebug
YSlow analyzes web pages and tells you why they're slow based on the rules for high performance web sites. YSlow is a Firefox add-on integrated with the popular Firebug web development tool.

This doesn't replace a proper analysis but is very helpful for a quick checkup