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  • Securing Gamepad API

    As part of Mozilla’s ongoing commitment to improve the privacy and security of the web platform, over the next few months, we will be making some changes to the Gamepad API. Starting with Firefox 81, the Gamepad API will be restricted to what are known as “secure contexts.” The post …

  • New in Firefox 78: DevTools improvements, new regex engine, and abundant web platform updates

    Firefox 78 heads heads out the door with a new regex engine, updates to the ECMAScript Intl API, new CSS selectors, enhanced support for WebAssembly, some important WebExtensions API updates, and many improvements to the Firefox Developer Tools. The post New in Firefox 78: DevTools improvements, new regex engine, and …

  • Mozilla WebThings Gateway Kit by OKdo

    Mozilla WebThings Gateway is an open source software distribution focused on privacy, security, and interoperability. It provides a web-based user interface to monitor and control smart home devices over the web. OKdo, a UK vendor offerings IoT technology for hobbyists, educators, and entrepreneurs, has announced the release of the WebThings …

  • Welcoming Safari to the WebExtensions Community

    Browser extensions give people a way to take control of how they experience the web. This week Apple has announced that Safari is adopting a web-based API for browser extensions similar to Firefox’s WebExtensions API, making it easy to build once and run in multiple browsers. Developers can get started …

  • Compiler Compiler: A Twitch series about working on a JavaScript engine

    Yulia Startsev, a JavaScript engineer on Firefox's SpiderMonkey team, introduces her new Twitch stream called Compiler Compiler. In the three opening interactive episodes, we get an inside look at how the JavaScript Specification, ECMA-262, is implemented in SpiderMonkey, by reading the spec and fixing issues in the implementation. The post …

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