Mozilla has unveiled a browser dubbed FX10 which has been designed expressly for developers.
The company described developers as the "cornerstone of the web", saying on the Mozilla Blog that it will actively push standards and continue to build tools to make it easier for developers to create web content and apps.
"When building for the web, developers tend to use a myriad of different tools which often don't work well together," the firm said.
"This means you end up switching between different tools, platforms and browsers, which can slow you down and make you less productive."
Mozilla said that it will incorporate a range of developer tools into the FX10 software, making development tasks easier and creating a system that is "unique but familiar". The video below shows the software and tools in action.
"We've redesigned the browser by looking at it through a completely new filter to put developers' interests first," the firm said.
"It's built by developers for developers so you can debug the whole web, allowing you to more easily build awesome web experiences. It also integrates some powerful new tools like WebIDE and the Firefox Tools Adapter.
"Soon, we're going to bring you more, a lot more, in a package that you deserve as a builder for an independent web."
WebIDE is a blueprinting app launched in June that allows developers to build web apps on a pre-existing, pre-debugged base, which Mozilla said will save time and money.
The Firefox Tools Adapter, meanwhile, allows development of Firefox Web Apps on other browsers.
Mozilla said that developers can expect more information about FX10 on 10 November.
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