After a lot of waiting, Opera Dragonfly Alpha, Firebug competitor is finally released. You can try it by downloading Opera 9.5 Beta 2 (after installation is completed, go to Tools > Advanced > Developer Tools).
How is it different from Firebug? First of all, you won’t ever have to update it. It acts like a web application. Another interesting Opera Dragonfly feature is an ability to debug your phone or even a TV. By the way, Opera Dragonfly is released on an open source license.
Visit Opera Dragonfly Home Page.
Overall, Opera Dragonfly team did a great job so far and I’m looking forward to hear from them (and their competitors) soon. Product looks really promising and competition is always a good thing. What about you? Have you tried it already?
Update: It looks like Opera Dragonfly article was removed from Wikipedia?
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