Time for a review of Firefox 92
Welcome Yari: MDN Web Docs has a new platform
After several intense months of work on such a significant change, the day is finally upon us: MDN Web Docs’ new platform (codenamed Yari) is finally launched!
Shipping a security update of Firefox in less than a day
One of Mozilla’s top priorities is to keep our users safe; this commitment is written into our mission. As soon as we discover a critical issue in Firefox, we plan a rapid mitigation. This post describes how we fixed a Pwn2Own exploit discovery and released new builds of the browser in less than 22 hours, through the collaborative and well-coordinated efforts of a global cross-functional team.
Simplifying Firefox Release Channels and Improving Developer Edition’s Stability
Streamlining our release process and quickly getting stable new features to users and developers is a priority for Firefox. Taking a close critical look at our release channels, it became clear that Aurora was not meeting our expectations as a first stabilization channel. Starting on April 18, the Firefox Aurora channel will stop updating, and […]
Opus Support for WebRTC
As we announced during the beta cycle, Firefox now supports the new Opus audio format. We expect Opus to be published as RFC 6716 any day now, and we’re starting to see Opus support pop up in more and more places. Momentum is really building. What does this mean for the web? Keeping the Internet […]
Aurora 8 is here
Today we release Aurora Update 8. We’ve got even more HTML5 support, support for cross-origin textures in WebGL, support for insertAdjacentHTML() and reduced resource requirements for media elements. Cross-origin WebGL textures We disabled support for cross-origin textures in Firefox 5 due to security concerns. You can now use cross-origin textures in Aurora Update 8, although […]
Firefox 6 is here
What’s new in Firefox 6? The most notable addition to this new release are the <progress> element, touch events, Server-Sent Events as well as the return of WebSockets. The <progress> element This element can be used to give a visual cue of something in progress in the page. System progress bars are being used, which […]
Firefox 5 is here
Today, three months after the release of Firefox 4, we release Firefox 5, thanks to our new development cycle. Developers will be able to create richer animations using CSS3 Animations. This release comes with various improvements, performance optimization and bug fixes. CSS3 Animations CSS Animations (check out the documentation) are a new way to create […]