Distinguished engineer Martin Thomson explains how this problem occurred, the implications for people who might be affected, and how problems of this nature might be avoided in future. To get there, we need to dig a little into how web caching works.
An in-depth introduction to web monetization with Coil. Coil is a payments platform that doesn't really on advertising or personal data collection to support digital content creators directly. Firefox Reality is rolling out a Coil-based experiment for creators and consumers, and you're invited to participate or learn more about how it works, and why Mozilla is involved.
Here are some web development learning resources for kids of all ages. All you need is a web browser. This collection looks at social VR experiences using Hubs and Spoke, CSS coloring and games that teach Grid and Flexbox, and WebXR field trips that are out of this world.
The release of Firefox 74 is focused on security enhancements: Feature Policy, the Cross-Origin-Resource-Policy header, and removal of TLS 1.0/1.1 support. We’ve also got some new CSS text property features, the JS optional chaining operator, and additional 2D canvas text metric features, along with the usual wealth of DevTools enhancements and bug fixes.
Protecting the security and privacy of individuals is a central tenet of Mozilla’s mission. While we continue to make extensive use of both sandboxing and Rust in Firefox to address security challenges in the browser, each has its limitations. Today we’re adding a third approach to our arsenal. RLBox, a new sandboxing technology developed by researchers at the University of California, San Diego, and the University of Texas, Austin, allows us to quickly and efficiently convert existing Firefox components to run inside a WebAssembly sandbox.
A walkthrough of what's new in the WebThings Gateway 0.11 release, which lets you build your own web things with the latest WebThings Framework libraries. The biggest change in this release is that we now reach WebThings Gateway users in 24 languages beyond English, thanks to translations from WebThings community members around the world. Thank you.
The Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol is the de facto means for establishing security on the Web. The newest version, TLS 1.3, improves efficiency and remedies the flaws and weaknesses present in earlier versions. In October 2018, we announced our plans regarding TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 deprecation. Now's the time for us to make this change together and move the TLS ecosystem forward.
November 2019 was a busy month for the Mozilla Developer Roadshow, with stops in five Asian cities —Tokyo, Seoul, Taipei, Singapore, and Bangkok. Today, we’re releasing a playlist of the talks presented in Asia, with subtitles available for all these talks in languages spoken in the countries on this tour: Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Thai, as well as English. We covered CSS Subgrid, Mixed Reality, Web Compatibility, and more.
A behind-the-scenes look at the evolution of the Picture-in-Picture player for the Firefox Desktop browser. This feature is now available for MacOS, Linux and Windows users. From the beginning, it's been shaped by your feedback and inputs, with user agency as a core principle of our design and development.