Archive | February 1, 2006

SeaMonkey 1.0 released

OSNews reports SeaMonkey 1.0 Released. “The first end-user release of SeaMonkey is now available. Seamonkey is the continuation of what used to be known as the Mozilla Suite; this release incorporates a number of features that we could get to know from the new releases of Firefox and Thunderbird. However, the integration between the applications is as tight as it has always been, for those who prefer this approach.”

I’m looking forward to checking out the web page editor, as I’ve always found it an easy-to-use tool, although the HTML could use some tightening up. Also, don’t overlook the hidden jem of “Venkman” the JavaScript debugger, with call stacks, stepping, value windows and so forth.

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