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|User since||May 24, 2012|
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EPUBReader is my favorite ePUB reader, working seamlessly inside a tab and a great UI. ePUB is extremely easy to add, move, and remove files, because of its ease of use and flexibility I’m able to easily sync my eBooks on the cloud to all my computers. I simply put the eBook into a cloud storage directory on my computer and synchronize EPUBReader with that directory on my computers. I now have eBooks ready to read on all my computers in a nice clean UI that works right inside my browser, making it easy to read a book and quickly search something or respond to someone.
One of my favorite things about EPUBReader is the speed at which it loads, the simple UI, and you don’t need another program it loads in a tab. I find it more pleasant to use than other popular eReader programs and best of all it’s FREE!
FireFTP allows you to quickly perform FTP functions inside your browser tab; this makes minor changes to your site extremely fast. FireFTP finds a great balance between too many bells and whistles and simplicity, giving you the power to do what you need to do in a typical FTP sessions and not clutter the addon with advanced FTP functions.
FireFTP is easy to use to add new content to a site, because it opens in a tab on your browser rather than being whole other program. FireFTP is one of my core addons for web development and allows me to make those minor changes and updates even quicker.
Firebug allows me to quickly get a glimpse of a client’s website. It is the ultimate development tool; nothing comes near what Firebug does and how much time it saves me.
Firebug made learning new languages a lot easier for me too, in fact I used firebug to understand and learn CSS. Allowing me to quickly look at the entire site, or inspect individual items. Firebug operates in your browser live, allowing you to even make quick changes or see how something would look if you altered it without reloading the page or uploading new files. Before Firebug I would try and look over my local files and make small alterations, than upload the changed files and reload the page to see if it did what I wanted. On average Firebug saves me at least 10 hours of development time per site.
Firebug is truly a master piece of the open web, allowing you to learn from others and be more productive.