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  • Add-Ons Outage Post-Mortem Result

    We've been conducting an ongoing post-mortem on the add-ons outage that occurred earlier this year. There was a lot more digging to do than we expected. In addition to this updated high-level overview, we've also published our findings in detailed incident and technical reports that are now available. The post ...

  • Testing Picture-in-Picture for videos in Firefox 69 Beta and Developer Edition

    Firefox has an experimental new UI feature in Firefox 69 Beta and Developer Edition - and Firefox engineers are looking for feedback on the implementation. Picture in Picture in the browser lets you pop a video out from where it’s being played into a special kind of window that’s always ...

  • Firefox 68: BigInts, Contrast Checks, and the QuantumBar

    Firefox 68 is available today, sporting support for big integers, whole-page contrast checks checks for accessibility, and a completely new implementation of a core Firefox feature: the ever-awesome URL bar. Dan Callahan also reports on updated CSS scroll-snapping and other features, DOM API updates, next steps in the WebRender implementation, ...

  • GeckoView in 2019

    Introducing the initial release of Firefox Preview (GitHub), an entire browser built from the ground up with GeckoView and Mozilla Android Components. Firefox Preview is our platform for building, testing, and delivering unique features. Though still an early preview, this is our first end-user product built completely with these new ...

  • How accessibility trees inform assistive tech

    The web was designed with built-in features to make accessibility possible; these have been part of the platform pretty much from the beginning. In recent times, inspectable accessibility trees have made it easier to see how things work in practice. In this post we look at how “good” client-side code ...

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