Vote for ME

My friend “Ashish C” and Me are running a competiton to find the best extensions for Firefox 2.

The Rules were:

  1. Each of us will nominate 3 extensions via email.
  2. We will post up both of our nominations on our blog.
  3. Our readers and commentators will vote on the Best extension among our choices.
  4. Voters have until 26th November (12:00 AM GMT) to vote for the best extension.
  5. Winners will be announced on 27th November by counting votes on both blogs.
  6. To make this competition fair we decided not to nominate any of the featured or well known extensions such as AdBlock Plus, Performancing etc.

Ashish C.’s Nomination list:

Translator Translator is web translation extension that allows
you to translate web pages into many of different languages at the click of a button. (The button’s on the lower-right corner of the screen on the status bar.)
   
MediaPlayerConnectivity Allow you to launch embed video of website in an external application with a simple click.
   
Googlepedia Shows you a relevant Wikipedia article along with your search results. Clicking links in the article will trigger new Google searches, making it a very useful research tool.

Note: You may also read from his post.

Michael Sync’s (Me) Nomination List:

DownloadHelper DownloadHelper is a tool for downloading Embeded Video from any website to your harddisk.

More Info:If you wanna know more about this extension, you may read it from my post “Downloading Flash File using DownloadHelper”

   
TestGen4Web TestGen4Web is a tool to record/replay user actions in
Firefox. (This extension is developed by Spikesource, a company making a name for themselves by testing Open Source applications. ) As it acts like Macro-recording in automation testing tools, this extension can be used for testing web application.

More Info: I also wrote about this extension in this post “TestGen4Web, Free Website Testing Tool”.

   
Firebug FireBug lets you explore the far corners of the DOM by keyboard or mouse. All of the tools you need to poke, prod, and monitor your JavaScript, CSS, HTML and Ajax are brought together into one seamless experience, including a debugger, error console, command line, and a variety of fun inspectors.

More Info: You may read about this extension in details from this link “Firebug, Javascript Debugger“.

Okay. That’s all. :-) I have selected three extensions that I think they are the best from a lot of other Firefox Extensions. I also wrote about each extension in details.

So, What do you think? :-) Feel free to let us know your idea. Vote for us!And As Ash says, Let the best man wins!

BTW, When I was looking for the best extensions, I found some cool extensions that I like. I will post about those extensions too during this week.

Thanks and Regards,
Mike

13 thoughts on “Vote for ME

  1. Mike, when you changed the date you forgot to change rd to th and nd to th! :-)

    Good. You do a FF ext post (I’m sick of doing ff ext for now) I’ll do an Opera Widgets one! :-)

  2. Micheal!!
    Micheal!!
    Micheal!!
    I vote for Micheal,
    Hip hip Hurray
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    Hip hip Hurray!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Moeyae, Shubmoy, Eric, shwesin, Jipson James: Which Extension???? :-)

    Mike: Sure. There are many good FF ext. There’s just the problem that many of the extensions pages are filled with Toolbars that hardly work and collect user-data. Good thing that you’re doing a new FF ext. post. :-)

    I’m doing for Opera coz I haven’t seen anyone do it. What do you think bout Yahoo! Desktop Widgets?

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