Phatferd wrote:The Artful Dodger wrote:I have a few for development (Firebug, WebDeveloper, ElasticFox), as well as Greasemonkey. Other than that, I don't use too many Firefox add-ons. I have AdBlock, FlashGot (audio/video link file downloader), and Foxytunes as in-browser control for music players open on my computer (usually Winamp or iTunes). I also have CoolIris, which is a video aggregator with a very pretty user interface, but past all the bells and whistles, I find it to be quite useless.
I use Firebug everyday at work, I know not everyone needs it, but it's the most complete add-on for Firefox in my opinion. If you are dealing with "tracking" httpfox is good, better than Fiddler, imo.
You know any good tools to test Omniture?
I work for Omniture (Adobe). Our developers use Charles while simultaneously spewing vicious hate at httpFox. That said, as an analyst, my exposure to the code is significantly marginalized, so I do use httpFox. It's light weight, answers 95% of what I need to know, Firebug answers the other 5%, and neither of those require me to submit a $50 expense report (the cost of Charles).
If you're up for it, drop me a PM and let me know what you're doing with our code. Always nice to hear from end users.