Tag Archives: Quantum

A Super-stable WebVR Consumer Expertise Because Of Firefox Quantum

By | November 16, 2017

On Tuesday, Mozilla launched Firefox Quantum, the 57th launch of the Firefox browser since we began counting. This landmark launch replaces some core browser parts with newer, quicker and extra trendy implementations. As effectively as, the Quantum launch incorporates main optimizations from Quantum Move, an holistic effort to modernize and enhance the foundations of the… 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 »

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 »

Inside a Brilliant Quick CSS Engine: Quantum CSS (akaStylo)

By | October 3, 2017

You could have heard of Challenge Quantum its a serious rewrite of Firefoxs internals to make Firefox quick. Have been swapping in components from our experimental browser, Servo, and making large enhancements to different components of the engine. The challenge has been in comparability with changing a jet engine whereas the jet continues to be… Read More »