Last year we announced Project Things by Mozilla. Project Things is a framework of software and services that can bridge the communication gap between connected devices by giving “things” URLs on the web. Today I’m excited to tell you about the latest version of the Things Gateway and how you ...
2017 was a big year for Firefox DevTools. We updated and refined the UI, refactored three of the panels, squashed countless bugs, and shipped several new features. This work not only provides a faster and better DevTools experience, but lays the groundwork for some exciting new features and improvements for ...
The Project Things Gateway exists as a platform to bring all of your IoT devices together under a unified umbrella, using a standardized HTTP-based API. Currently, the platform only has support for a limited number of devices, and we need your help expanding our reach! Looking for a weekend project? ...
On blog.mozilla.org, we shared results of a speed comparison study to show how fast Firefox Quantum with Tracking Protection enabled is compared to other browsers. In this companion post, we share some insights into the methodology behind these page load time comparison studies and benchmarks. Our study focused on news ...
Dive into the changes coming in Firefox 58, currently available to preview in Firefox Developer Edition. Highlights include more control for CSS authors, an even better Debugger, added support for WebVR and FLAC, WebExtension API additions, and more.
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