Firefox 52 for developers

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Firefox 52, based on Gecko 52, will ship in March 2017. This article provides information about the changes in this release that will affect developers. Nightly builds of what will become Firefox 52 are currently available on the Nightly channel.

Note: Items listed here are tentatively slated for Firefox 52; however, they may be held for a future release if testing shows they're not ready by the time Firefox 52 is due to ship. Please keep an eye on this page to stay up to date on the plans for Firefox 52.

Changes for Web developers

Developer Tools

No change.

HTML

No change.

CSS

JavaScript

No change.

Interfaces/APIs/DOM

DOM & HTML DOM

No change.

Canvas

No change.

WebGL

No change.

IndexedDB

No change.

Service Workers

No change.

WebRTC

No change.

New APIs

No change.

Others

No change.

MathML

No change.

SVG

No change.

Audio/Video

No change.

HTTP

No change.

Networking

No change.

Security

No change.

Changes for add-on and Mozilla developers

Interfaces

XUL

No change.

JavaScript code modules

No change.

XPCOM

No change.

Other

No change.

See also

Older versions

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