Where to find the JSView Firefox Addon – Discontinued from Addons Repo.

Update: Date: 6th Sept. 2014

From Firefox 32(Version 32) onwards, this add-on JSView has stopped working and is no more compatible and won’t be in future versions of Firefox as well. However there is an alternative add-on which can be used for getting the list of JS and CSS file being loaded with web pages. Its the “Phoenix” add-on. 🙂

Phoenix will tell you how many CSS and JS files are loaded into a page, how big these are, it will let you edit, pack and de-obfuscate them too.

Download the “Phoenix” add-on, the alternative for “JSView”. https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/phoenix/

Where can I find the popular JSView firefox addon which I have been using since a long time. Today I formatted my system and reinstalled firefox. JSView Suddenly I found that the the most useful firefox addon to list/view/copy path/url of JS files and CSS files is discontinued from the official firefox addon repository. On the mozdev.org site, its mentioned that ” JSView appears to have been abandoned by the author. It hasn’t been updated since July 2008 ”
However, we can still use this addon( of-course with personal choice/risk ) by taking it directly from the stored location as it is no more displayed on the addons/extensions list.

To install this addon on your firefox browser, open the link on firefox and follow the procedure.
http://downloads.mozdev.org/xsidebar/mods/jsview-2.0.8-mod.xpi

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