Nos va aperir un internet toto nove.

Explora alcunos de nostre ultime innovationes, construite con technologias web aperte e concipite pro adjutar a mantener internet san e accessibile pro sempre.

Integrar le realitate virtual in le platteforma web

Con WebVR, disveloppatores, designatores e artistas pote compartir experientias de VR sur le web.

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Ecce Firefox Quantum pro disveloppatores (e illo es veloce!)

Le nove edition pro disveloppatores de Firefox ha un nove, fulmineemente veloce motor de CSS integrate in Rust. Obtene lo con le functionalitates innovative como le quadro de disposition del grillia de CSS e le structura de depuration.

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Usar le Web pro modificar le joco

Con technologias web potente, inventate per Mozilla, le disveloppatores porta le jocos a un altere nivello.

Vide le novas

Construer le Web del cosas

Nos labora al creation de un infrastructura aperte pro le "Web del Cosas" de software e servicios que pote jectar un ponte sur le lacuna de communication inter apparatos connectite.

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Construer un navigator que te comprende

Le proxime generation del discoperta Web es un navigator que es plus intuitive, utile e in harmonia con te.

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Inventar un linguage de programmation plus secur

Patrocinate per Mozilla, Rust permitte al navigatores, systemas e alteros de fluer plus rapide e secur.

Discoperi Rust

Blogs

Lege le ultime novas sur le blogs technologic de Mozilla.

  • Oxidizing Source Maps with Rust and WebAssembly

    Hacks

    A detailed look at how we replaced the most performance-sensitive portions of the source-map JavaScript Library’s source map parser with Rust code that is compiled to WebAssembly. The results: The WebAssembly is up to 5.89 times faster than the JavaScript implementation on realistic benchmarks operating on real world source maps! Additionally, performance is also more consistent: relative standard deviations decreased. We hope that, by sharing our experience, we inspire others rewrite performance-sensitive JavaScript in Rust via WebAssembly.

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  • Making WebAssembly even faster: Firefox’s new streaming and tiering compiler

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    People call WebAssembly a game changer because it makes it possible to run code on the web faster. Some speedups are already present, and some are yet to come. With streaming compilation, the browser compiles the code while the code is still being downloaded. Up until now, this was just a potential future speedup. But with the release of Firefox 58 next week, it becomes a reality. Firefox 58 also includes a new 2-tiered compiler. The new baseline compiler compiles code 10–15 times faster than the optimizing compiler. Combined, these two changes mean we compile code faster than it comes in from the network.

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  • Using Hardware Token-based 2FA with the WebAuthn API

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    To provide higher security for logins, websites are deploying two-factor authentication (2FA), often using a smartphone application or text messages. Those mechanisms make phishing harder but fail to prevent it entirely. Firefox 60 will ship with the WebAuthn API enabled by default, providing two-factor authentication built on public-key cryptography immune to phishing as we know it today. The API is available today in Firefox Nightly, and it’s not too soon to start learning how to secure millions of users already in possession of FIDO U2F USB tokens.

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  • Announcing ESR60 with policy engine

    Future Releases

    The Firefox ESR (extended support release) is based on an official release of Firefox desktop for use by organizations including schools, universities, businesses and others who need extended support for mass deployments. Since Firefox 10, ESR has grown in popularity …

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