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  • Firefox 64 Released

    The year's last release of Firefox bundles together goodies for all, including multi-tab management in the interface, new CSS features, devtools improvements, better privacy protections, add-ons updates, and much, much more. Read all about it! The post Firefox 64 Released appeared first on Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog.

  • Rust 2018 is here… but what is it?

    Starting today, the Rust 2018 edition is in its first release. With this edition, we’ve focused on making Rust developers as productive as they can be. Most of the language changes are completely compatible with existing Rust code. Because they don’t break any code, they also work in any Rust ...

  • LPCNet: DSP-Boosted Neural Speech Synthesis

    LPCNet is a new project out of Mozilla’s Emerging Technologies group — an efficient neural speech synthesiser with reduced complexity over some of its predecessors. Neural speech synthesis models have already demonstrated impressive speech synthesis quality, but their computational complexity has made them hard to use in real-time, especially on ...

  • Decentralizing Social Interactions with ActivityPub

    ActivityPub is a W3C standard protocol that describes ways for different social network sites (loosely defined) to talk to and interact with one another. ActivityPub aims to do for social network interactions what RSS did for content, and is being used today to power alternative social networks like Mastodon and ...

  • The Power of Web Components

    Web Components comprises a set of standards that enable user-defined HTML elements. These elements can go in all the same places as traditional HTML. Despite the long standardization process, the emerging promise of Web Components puts more power in the hands of developers and creators. The post The Power of ...

Améliorer MDN

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