Articles tagged “WebExtensions”
January brings us Firefox 85
And now for … Firefox 84
As December ushers in the final curtain for this rather eventful year, there is time left for one more Firefox version to be given its wings. Firefox 84 includes some interesting new features including tab order inspection, complex selector support in :not(), the PerformancePaintTiming API, and more!
Firefox 75: Ambitions for April
Firefox 75 is chock full of handy new dev tooling: instant evaluation in the web console, event breakpoints for WebSockets, and more. New web platform features include HTML lazy loading for images, the CSS min(), max(), and clamp() functions, public static class fields, and additions to Web Animations API support.
Developing cross-browser extensions with web-ext 3.2.0
The web-ext tool was created at Mozilla to help you build browser extensions faster and more easily. Although our first launch focused on support for the desktop Firefox browser, followed by Firefox for Android, our vision was always to support cross-platform development once we shipped Firefox support. With the 3.2.0 release, you can finally use
web-extto truly build cross-platform extensions!
A Classic Extension Reborn: Tree Style Tab
Yuki “Piro” Hiroshi is a trailblazer and a true do-it-yourselfer. Whenever the Tokyo-based programmer gets irritated with any aspect of his browsing experience, he builds a workaround for himself and shares it with others. After authoring nearly 100 browser extensions, Piro recently took on his biggest challenge yet: migrating the legacy Tree Style Tab (TST) extension to work with the new WebExtensions API and Firefox Quantum.