Some months ago at Vodafone, I was finding myself doing a huge amount of F5's duing the day while I was pixel-pushing parts of the layout of at <a href="http://360.com">360</a>. 30 minutes later a new Firefox extension was born - <a href="https://addons.mozilla.org/da/firefox/addon/46211">CSS Reloader</a>.
<a href="https://addons.mozilla.org/da/firefox/addon/46211">CSS Reloader</a> is an extension that allows you to reload the stylesheets of any site with an simple press to F9 (and via the context-menus).
To begin with I released a version of<a href="https://addons.mozilla.org/da/firefox/addon/46211"> CSS Reloader for Firefox</a>, which already has been downloaded more than 7.700 times, so I guess some developers out there also thinks is quite usefull ;)
Because of the response (and my lately switch to Chrome) I decided to do an <a href="https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/dnfpcpfijpdhabaoieccoclghgplmpbd">Chrome-version of CSS Reloader</a>. The first version of this is avaiable at the Chrome extension gallery, but since the extensibility of Chrome isn't the same as in Firefox, the Chrome-version is limited to only the F9-key.
CSS Reloader is my first browser extension and is literally 16 lines of code, that saves me (and the rest of the 360-team) some time during the development 360, which then can be used on better things such as features, extensions and social-beering ;)
Please, let me know what you think of CSS Reloader! What can be improved?