Category Archives: Firefox Releases

Shipping a Safety Replace Of Firefox in Lower Than a Day

By | March 23, 2018

One of Mozillas prime priorities is to maintain our customers secure; this dedication is written into our mission. As quickly as we uncover a vital difficulty in Firefox, we plan a fast mitigation. This put up will describe how we fastened a Pwn2Own exploit discovery in lower than 22 hours, by means of the collaborative… Read More »

Forging Higher Instruments For the Web

By | February 8, 2018

A Firefox DevTools Retrospective 2017 was a giant yr for Firefox DevTools. We up to date and refined the UI, refactored three of the panels, squashed numerous bugs, and shipped a quantity of new options. This work not solely provides a sooner and higher DevTools expertise, however lays the groundwork for some thrilling new options… Read More »

Firefox Fifty Eight: the Quantum Period Continues

By | January 23, 2018

2017 was an enormous 12 months for Mozilla, culminating within the launch of Firefox Quantum, an enormous multi-year re-tooling of the browser centered on pace, and laying the groundwork for the years to return. In 2018, nicely construct on that unbelievable basis, and in that spirit our subsequent a quantity of releases will proceed to… Read More »

Making WebAssembly Even Quicker: Firefoxs New Streaming And Tiering Compiler

By | January 17, 2018

People name WebAssembly a sport changer as a end result of it makes it doable to run code on the net quicker. A few of these speedups are already present, and a few are but to come. One of those speedups is streaming compilation, the place the browser compiles the code whereas the code continues… Read More »

Using the Model New Theming API in Firefox

By | December 4, 2017

From highly effective extensions like Stratiform or FT Deep Dark to easy lightweight themes, theming has been fairly well-liked inside Firefox. Now that Firefox Quantum (57) has launched with many efficiency enhancements and a glowing new interface, we wish to bridge the hole with a model new theming API that permits you to transcend primary… Read More »

New in Firefox Fifty Eight: Developer Edition

By | November 21, 2017

Firefox Quantum made Firefox quick again, however velocity is just a half of the story. A ton of labor has gone into making Firefox an distinctive device for creating on the Net. Lets dive into the modifications coming in Firefox fifty eight, presently obtainable to preview in Firefox Developer Edition. More Management for CSS Authors… Read More »

Comparing Browser Web Page Load Time: An Introduction to Methodology

By | November 20, 2017

On, we shared outcomes of a velocity comparability examine to indicate how briskly Firefox Quantum with Monitoring Safety enabled is in comparability with different browsers. Whereas the weblog put up there focuses on the outcomes and the velocity advantages that Monitoring Safety can ship to customers even outdoors of Personal Shopping, we additionally needed… Read More »

Entering the Quantum EraHow Firefox Received Quick Once More And the Place Its Going to Get Faster

By | November 13, 2017

People have observed that Firefox is quick again. Over the previous seven months, weve been quickly changing main components of the engine, introducing Rust and components of Servo to Firefox. Plus, weve had a browser efficiency strike pressure scouring the codebase for efficiency points, each apparent and non-obvious. We name this Venture Quantum, and the… Read More »

Go Past Console.log with the Firefox Debugger

By | November 8, 2017

console.log is not any debugger. Its nice for determining what your JavaScript app is as a lot as, however its restricted to spitting out a minimal quantity of data. In case your code is complicated, youll want a correct debugger. Thats why weve added a model new part to the Firefox Devtools Playground thats all… Read More »

Async Pan/Zoom (APZ) Lands in Firefox Quantum

By | November 6, 2017

Asynchronous pan and zoom (APZ) is landing in Firefox Quantum, which implies jank-free, smooth scrolling for all! We talked about APZ on this earlier article, however heres a recap of the method it works: Until now, scrolling was a half of the principle JavaScript thread. This meant that when JavaScript code was being executed, the… Read More »