Gecko allows third party developers to use the same technology as found in Mozilla. That means you can embed a web browser inside a third-party application, open channels and streams through the network backend, walk through the DOM and so on. You can even construct whole new applications using chrome.
If you're building an application that uses Mozilla technology, we'd love to hear about it!
Check out mozilla.org/poweredby for more information.
This document describes the current state of editor embeddability, problems with the existing implementation, some possible embedding scenarios that we need to deal with, and an embedding solution that will fulfill them.
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Why does MDN look different?
MDN is changing to focus just on documenting web technologies. All the same great content is still here; we’re just changing some visual elements and navigation, to help you more quickly find the web technology docs you’re looking for.
But don’t worry, MDN and Mozilla are still together! In fact, we're updating MDN’s look to reflect Mozilla's new logo and colors.