The company today only teased the launch, which is scheduled for November 10 — the same day Firefox celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Mozilla says, that the new browser is meant to allow developers to “debug the whole Web” without having to switch between tools.
“When building for the Web, developers tend to use a myriad of different tools which often don’t work well together,” the organization wrote in its announcement today. “This means you end up switching between different tools, platforms and browsers which can slow you down and make you less productive.”
Both Mozilla’s WebIDE project and the Firefox Tools Adaptor for connecting the Firefox dev tools to other major browser engines will be part of this new browser. Otherwise, however, Mozilla remains mum on the details of what it is planning to announce next week.
Source Tech Crunch