Mozilla revealed in a blog post today that it is building a web browser specifically designed for developers, which it will release on November 10.

The premise of the project, called “fx10,” is to make creating web applications easier through an interface that’s built by developers, for developers. The company is integrating some of its developer tools, like WebIDE and Firefox Tools Adapter, into the experience.

Here’s the sneak-peak:



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