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  • Smoother scrolling in Firefox 46 with APZ

    Have you ever been on Facebook or Twitter, merrily scrolling down the page, when all of a sudden, the browser appears to freeze? For several long seconds it just hangs there, and you’re not sure if it’s going to crash or not. Then, finally, something gives way, and the page ...

  • Trainspotting: Firefox 44

    Trainspotting is a series of articles highlighting features in the lastest version of Firefox. A new version of Firefox is shipped every six weeks- we at Mozilla call this pattern “release trains”. It’s a new year, and of course there’s a new Firefox! Let’s take a look at some of ...

  • HTML 5 game development video series

    Do you want to develop a game? Here’s an introductory video series to get you started on HTML 5 game development! Why an HTML 5 game The first video offers some reasons to consider making a game for the web: the power of having no friction in distribution, the freedom ...

  • Developer Edition 46 – More memory tooling, improved @media sidebar and more

    Firefox Developer Edition 46 is now here! In this version, we’ve added various memory profiling features and improved many of our current tools as well. This post covers some of the big changes that landed in this release. Dominator view in the memory tool A new view is now available ...

  • Login Forms over HTTPS, Please

    Pretty much everyone who uses the web has used a password to log into something. And pretty much everyone who has used a password has put that password at risk by entering it into an insecure form. In Firefox 46 Developer Edition, we display a prominent warning to developers about ...

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