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  • Firefox brings you smooth video playback with the world’s fastest AV1 decoder

    With this week's release of Firefox 67, the new high performance royalty-free AV1 video decoder dav1d is now enabled by default on all desktop platforms (Windows, OSX and Linux) for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. And work is in progress on rav1e, the Rust AV1 encoder. The post Firefox brings ...

  • Firefox 67: Dark Mode CSS, WebRender, and more

    Firefox 67 is now available in general release, bringing a faster and better JavaScript debugger, support for CSS prefers-color-scheme queries, and the initial debut of WebRender in stable Firefox. Dan Callahan walks through the highlights of browser, platform, and tooling features. The post Firefox 67: Dark Mode CSS, WebRender, and ...

  • Faster smarter JavaScript debugging in Firefox DevTools

    Script debugging is one of the most powerful and complex productivity features in the web developer toolbox. Done right, it empowers developers to fix bugs quickly and efficiently. The DevTools Debugger team – with help from our tireless developer community – has just landed updates that significantly improve performance and ...

  • Empowering User Privacy and Decentralizing IoT with Mozilla WebThings

    In designing Mozilla WebThings, we have consciously insulated users from servers that could harvest their data, including our own Mozilla servers, by offering an interoperable, decentralized IoT solution. Learn about the user research that informs our project, and how we've engineered privacy by design into every aspect of Mozilla WebThings. ...

  • TLS 1.0 and 1.1 Removal Update

    As you may have read last year, Safari, Firefox, Edge and Chrome browsers are removing support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in March of 2020. That means there’s less than a year to enable TLS 1.2 (and, ideally, 1.3) on your servers, otherwise all major browsers will display error pages, ...

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