FireRainbow is an add-on for
Firefox and Firebug that adds themable syntax highlighting. It uses the
to perform the highlighting, and has CSS themes. You can get the themes
on GitHub and paste them into the Colors tab within Firebug.
The performance is good, and it makes Firebug that little bit more
usable and customised.
As Google explains, Closure is derived from tools started as 20%
projects and which have gone on to be used in many of their popular
applications: Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Maps to name a few. Closure
itself is currently composed of three main tools:
It's nice that they have decided to open these tools up. I like the idea
you think about it and Google is providing a Firebug extension called Inspector
(inappropriately named) which will let me see code compiled with
Closure. I think I can live with that. I do, however, think they've made
a bad choice in terms of naming the tool - particularly because I
thought this would be a tool for functional programming.