Firefox 16 is out and is making its way to hundreds of millions of users. If you're using the stable channel, chances are, you're already running the latest and greatest Firefox.
The new version comes with the regular improvements and new features, but one stands out for developers, the new Developer Toolbar.
We've already talked about the new toolbar and its "command line"
when Firefox 16 made it to the beta channel, but here's a refresher.
The new Firefox command line, like any command line should, makes it easier to access functions without having to navigate through countless menus.
It also comes with a few built-in features that should be interesting to devs, the ability to take a screenshot of the page you're viewing for example.
The main idea is to make it easier to control Firefox via the keyboard alone, devs love the keyboard and work best when they don't have to constantly move their hand from the mouse to the keyboard and back.