Somos ubrindo la puerta a un Internet d'abantguarda.

Descubre una parte d'as nuestras innovacions mas recients, feitas con aduya de tecnolochías web de codigo ubierto, pensadas pa que internet contine estando sano y accesible pa cutio.

Pa trayer la realidat virtual ta la plataforma web

Usando WebVR, los desenvolvedors, los disenyadors y los artistas pueden compartir experiencias en realidat virtual en a Web.

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Firefox Quantum pa desenvolvedors ya ye aquí (y ye rapido!)

Lo nuevo Firefox Developer Edition tien un nuevo motor CSS ultrarapido feito con l'aduya de Rust. Proposa funcionalidatz innovaderas como lo panel adedicau a las rellas CSS u lo depurau de frameworks.

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Fendo servir lo Web pa fer evolucionar los chuegos

Con potents tecnolochías web, empentadas per Mozilla, los desenvolvedors son levando los cuento enta un nuevo nivel.

Mira-te o que ye nuevo

Construye la Web d'as Cosas

Somos treballando pa crear un framewok de Web d'as Cosas ubierto, de programas y servicios que pueden zarrar la falta de comunicación entre los dispositivos connectaus.

Empecipiar

Fendo un navegador que t'entienda

La siguient cheneración d'innovacions pa la web consistirá en un navegador mas instintivo, util y que ye en a tuya linia.

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Pa inventar un luengache de programación mas seguro

Con l'emparo de Mozilla, Rust permite a los navegadors, a los sistema y a buena cosa d'atros programas funcionar miuto mas aprisa y de traza muito mas segura.

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Blogs

Leyer las zagueras publicacions d'os blogs de tecnolochía de Mozilla.

  • Dweb: Building a Resilient Web with WebTorrent

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    The web is healthy when the financial cost of self-expression isn’t a barrier. This installment of the Dweb series describes WebTorrent – an implementation of the BitTorrent protocol that runs in a web browser. It’s written completely in JavaScript – the language of the web – and uses WebRTC for true peer-to-peer transport. No browser plugin, extension, or installation is required. The distributed approach removes the cost of running centralized servers at data centers, allowing websites to scale sustainably.

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  • MDN Changelog for July 2018: CDN tests, Goodbye Zones, and BCD

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    Editor’s note: A changelog is “a log or record of all notable changes made to a project. [It] usually includes records of changes such as bug fixes, new features, etc.” Publishing a changelog is kind of a tradition in open source, and a long-time practice on the web. We thought readers of Hacks and folks …

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  • AV1 and the Video Wars of 2027

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    This post imagines a dystopian future where only the rich can stream video to their homes, and the democratizing forces of the internet have crumbled under corruption and greed. The author reports back from a troubled future in the late 2020s that is wholly fictitious. The open video codec AV1 is wholly real.

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  • Dweb: Social Feeds with Secure Scuttlebutt

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    Scuttlebutt is a free and open source social network with unique offline-first and peer-to-peer properties. Mainstream closed platforms have become a more popular way of creating and consuming content than the Web. Instead of attempting to adapt existing Web technologies for the mobile social era, Scuttlebutt offers a new platform for discourse that lets us start from scratch in designing a decentralized social ecosystem.

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