Tá idirlíon úrnua ar fad á oscailt againn.

Foghlaim faoi na nuálaíochtaí is déanaí — bunaithe ar theicneolaíochtaí Gréasáin oscailte agus deartha chun sláinte agus inrochtaineacht an Idirlín a chosaint.

An Réaltacht Fhíorúil a chur ar fáil do chách

Is furasta do dhearthóirí, fhorbróirí, agus ealaíontóirí A-Frame a úsáid chun réaltachtaí fíorúla inrochtana a chruthú.

Baile A-Frame

Ag úsáid an Ghréasáin chun cluichí a athrú

Tá an chéad ghlúin eile de chluichí á forbairt, ag baint úsáid as teicneolaíochtaí Gréasáin cumhachtacha a tháinig as tionscadal Mozilla.

Gach rud nua

Idirlíon na nEarraí a dhéanamh níos iontaofa

Táimid ag cur iontaofacht agus trédhearcacht le líonraí de ghléasanna beaga, trí nuálaíocht oscailte.

Tuilleadh eolais

Ag tógáil brabhsálaí a thuigeann thú

Is cuid den chéad ghlúin eile den Ghréasán brabhsálaí atá níos simplí, níos úsáidí, agus ar aon intinn leat.

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Teangacha ríomhchlárúcháin níos sábháilte

Oibríonn brabhsálaithe, córais oibriúcháin, agus bogearraí eile níos tapúla níos sábháilte le Rust, togra de chuid Mozilla.

Maidir le Rust

Blaganna

Faigh na scéalta is déanaí ó bhlaganna teicneolaíochta Mozilla.

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