I want to be able to monitor memory usage in my mobile web app. I want my mobile ap to use as little memory as possible.230 votes
I've been missing this one for years! In a lot of my dev-work I need to check specific requests (e.g. Google Analytics or Adobe Analytics), which I cannot easily search for or filter out in Firefox. This makes me go back to Chrome for development all the time (see https://developer.chrome.com/devtools/docs/network#sorting-and-filtering). A simple search over the request URLs would suffice as a first step.41 votes
Thanks for the feedback! This issue is being tracked in bugzilla here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=892229 By providing this feedback you’ve raised the priority of this bug.
In the Google Chrome Inspector, when i make some changes in the inspector's CSS rules, the changes get written in the style editor CSS file, so when i consult the file directly in the style editor, all the changes that i made with the inspector will make it there.
This feature is missing in the Firefox Inspector and it would be amazing to have there.
That's the only thing keeping me from to switching to Firefox as my full-time development browser.
Thanks !18 votes
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WebIDE is restricted to being used just for Firefox OS apps. However, it has so much more potential, and it would be nice if it could be used for Cordova apps.16 votes
This is already planned and is being worked on as we speak. Thanks for the validation, we think this will a great addition to the WebIDE’s capabilities! But please keep voting for this if you like it.
CSS frame-by-frame animation editor. I believe someone on devtools started this project (might have been Paul Rouget?) and I would love to see it resurrected.162 votes
JIT bailouts and invalidation can be expensive, especially in games. Having insights into which parts of your code could not be jitted and why can help to optimize hot loops.
Showing marks in the Profiler when JIT invalidation happens can give valuable insights for otherwise unexplainable janking.23 votes
I believe this is implied in our current planning for performance profiling, logged in this bug:
As far as I could read up on it's only doable via Firebug (https://getfirebug.com/wiki/index.php/Net_Panel#Timeline) by now. I would like to optimise Apps like so:5 votes
We’re working on this right now, please see this bug https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=928571 A new profiler UI should be landing in Firefox 34.
This is handy in the case that you want to see all of the nodes in your page.
related bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8958873 votes
Thanks for the feedback! This is being actively worked on, please see this bug for more info: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=879008
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