Once you’ve tried Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and Safari, is there anything left? The browser is generally considered to be the most important part of your home PC experience. It’s the vehicle that lets you stroll out into this wonderful Internet that we all know so well. Once you fall in love with a particular browser, it’s very tough to be pulled away from it.
I have a month old 4G/LTE version of the Kindle Fire HDX 7" that I'd REALLY love to get Firefox OS running on. The problem of course is that A) I'm not a developer, and B) I've never tried to port anything before. On a positive note though, I am an IT guy and have Linux and FreeBSD experience, I have rooted/SafeStrapped/ROM'ed the HDX already, and I'm not overly concerned about bricking it.
The Developer Edition is exactly what it says on the tin: a browser built around the needs of web developers.
The Firefox team set out to bring together tools needed to keep developers productive across a multi-device and multi-platform environment, “creating a focal point to streamline your development workflow.” Though the Firefox Developer Edition has a touch of the familiar, the rejigged UI an