We’re opening up a whole new Internet.

Explore some of our latest innovations — built with open Web technologies and designed to help keep the Internet healthy and accessible forever.

Making Virtual Reality a reality for all

Using A-Frame, developers, designers and artists are able to easily create accessible VR experiences.

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Using the Web to change the game

With powerful Web technologies, pioneered by Mozilla, developers are pushing games to a new level.

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Adding trust to the Internet of Things

Through open innovation, we’re bringing trust and transparency to networks of smart devices.

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Building a browser that gets you

The next generation of Web discovery is a browser that is more intuitive, useful and in tune with you.

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Inventing a safer programming language

Supported by Mozilla, Rust allows browsers, systems and more to run much faster and more safely.

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  • Showcasing your WebVR experiences


    WebVR combines the powerful reach of the Internet with the immersive appeal of virtual reality content. With WebVR, a VR experience is never more than one URL away. Nevertheless, VR equipment is still expensive and not quite adopted for consumer use. For this reason, it is useful to be able to record your VR projects for others to experience and enjoy. This tutorial teaches you how to record a virtual experience you’ve created using the mirror mode in SteamVR.

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  • Having fun with physics and A-Frame


    A-Frame is a WebVR framework to build virtual reality experiences. It comes with some bundled components that allow you to easily add behavior to your VR scenes, but you can download more –or even create your own. In this post, you can see how to create a VR scene that integrates a physics engine via a third-party component.

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  • Debugger.html Call Stack Improvements


    Debugger.html is an open source project, built on top of React and Redux, that functions as a standalone debugger for Firefox, Chrome and Node. The debugger is also being integrated into the Firefox Developer Tools offering. Currently it is available in the Firefox 53 release behind the devtools.debugger.new-debugger-frontend preference.

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  • Quantum Up Close: What is a browser engine?


    A web browser is a piece of software that loads remote files and displays them locally, allowing for user interaction. Quantum is the code name for an project we’ve undertaken at Mozilla to massively upgrade the Firefox browser engine. In this post, we’ll start from the beginning, by explaining the fundamental thing Quantum is changing and why you should care.

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