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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Blogs

Read the latest from Mozilla’s technology blogs.

  • A new CSS Grid demo on mozilla.org

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    With CSS Grid shipping across browsers this spring (already in Firefox 52 and Chrome 57; Safari, and hopefully Edge, soon to follow) some of Mozilla's in-house designers and developers decided to experiment with the technology on mozilla.org. The result is a live demo site that shows CSS Grid features and provides links to our favorite resources.

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  • Internationalize your keyboard controls

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    Recently I came across two lovely new graphical demos, and in both cases, the controls would not work on my French AZERTY keyboard. There was the wonderful WebGL 2 technological demo After The Flood, and the very cute Alpaca Peck. Shaw was nice enough to fix the latter when I told him about the issue. […]

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  • Why WebAssembly is Faster Than asm.js

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    Performance is tricky to measure, and has many aspects. Also, in a new technology there are always going to be not-yet-optimized cases. So not every single benchmark will be fast on WebAssembly today. This post describes why WebAssembly should be fast; where it isn’t yet, those are bugs we need to fix.

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