A Firefox add-on that works with data from the native
about:memory page in the browser.
What you get
- A new internal page for your browser,
- A toolbar-button in the browser's chrome, for quick and easy access to the statistics
What's on offer
Data is pulled in real time from the
about:memory backend. If that is not your cup of tea, you can disable live updates, which would reveal the option to manually update the numbers.
A time slider is provided, which would allow you to track the statistics through the displayed datasets. Track your improvements or mistakes in time.
Browser's Internal Statistics
Some times, it's not you, it's them. Not limited to the tab-based statistics, you can request to see the internal statistics by the browser. Reveals all the standard allocations for the browser, in addition to a hierarchical view of all memory used by your particular sessions.
What's in the pipeline
- A tracker which would allow you to selectively compare datasets across time
- Ability to store a basic data-dump
- A beautiful page for the beautiful stats
Version 1.0.0 is out. (Hopefully) a lot more to come.
- Get it from addons.mozilla.org
- Download the latest release from GitHub
- For the adventurous, get the development version from the current repository here
The development blog is maintained here, if that's something you care for.