Web Development Utility: FireSSH, a JavaScript SSH Client Based on JavaScript

By HTMLGoodies Staff


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In recent months we have seen more web-based apps released that use the functionality of HTML5 and JavaScript to achieve some amazing effects. This week Mime Cuvalo announced his latest creation, FireSSH, a Firefox plugin that is a browser-based SSH client--and it's written entirely in JavaScript. 

Developers that are currently using Portable Firefox will be particularly interested in FireSSH, as it provides an SSH client right in the web browser--something that could come in very handy should they have a "development emergency" to deal with while they're on the go. 

The tool is still in development, but it is a great example of what can be done with JavaScript, and another potential tool in the web developer's toolbox. 

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