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  • Firefox 63 – Tricks and Treats!

    Firefox 63 comes with some long-awaited treats: an implementation of web components, including custom elements and the shadow DOM. Potch also covers the Fonts Editor, the associated font panel in the Firefox DevTools Inspector, and reduced motion preferences in CSS. The post Firefox 63 – Tricks and Treats! appeared first ...

  • WebAssembly’s post-MVP future: A cartoon skill tree

    People have a misconception—they think that the WebAssembly that landed in browsers back in 2017—is the final version. In fact, we still have many use cases to unlock, from heavy-weight desktop applications, to small modules, to JS frameworks, to all the things outside the browser… Node.js, and serverless, and the ...

  • Introducing Opus 1.3

    Opus is a totally open, royalty-free, audio codec that can be used for all audio applications, from music streaming and storage to high-quality video-conferencing and VoIP. This 1.3 release brings quality improvements to both speech and music compression, ambisonics support, and more. The post Introducing Opus 1.3 appeared first on ...

  • Dweb: Decentralised, Real-Time, Interoperable Communication with Matrix

    Matrix is an open standard for interoperable, decentralised, real-time communication over the Internet. It provides a standard HTTP API for publishing and subscribing to real-time data in specified channels, so it can be used to power Instant Messaging, VoIP/WebRTC signalling, Internet of Things communication--the most common use of Matrix today ...

  • Show your support for Firefox with new badges

    If you use Firefox and want to show your support, we've made a collection of badges you can add to your website. Whether you're passionate about Mozilla's mission, or just think Firefox is a kick-ass product, we'd love your help in spreading the word. The post Show your support for ...

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