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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  • Firefox 53: Quantum Compositor, Compact Themes, CSS Masks, and More


    Firefox 53, available today, includes the following key new features and enhancements. Quantum Compositor Process on Windows One of the first pieces of Project Quantum, the Compositor Process, has arrived on Windows. Compositors are responsible for flattening all of the various elements on a webpage into a single image to be drawn on the screen. …

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  • Replace Bootstrap Layouts with CSS Grid


    In March, Mozilla released Firefox 52, which added support for CSS Grid Layout. If you aren’t familiar with CSS Grid, it is a two-dimensional layout system for the web that allows us to create layout patterns natively in the browser. This means we can easily recreate familiar grids using just a few lines of CSS. …

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  • Hacking & Contributing to Servo On Windows


    Like many cross-platform open source projects, Servo, the high-performance browser engine project written in Rust, has always been a bit of a nightmare to build and run on Windows. Luckily, thanks to the Rust team and Servo community, most of the issues have been squashed and we can now launch it with nothing more than …

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