A stability update to Opera 19 was just released.
Chromium is now updated to version 32.0.1700.107.Read more
Web apps have had offline capabilities like saving large data sets and binary files for some time. You can even do things like cache MP3 files. Browser technology can store data offline and plenty of it. The problem, though, is that the technology choices for how you do this are fragmented.Read more
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS14-010 - CriticalRead more
Firefox 29 was just uplifted to the Aurora release channel. This means that it is time to report some of the major changes that you can expect to see inside of the Developer Tools for this release.Read more
Using the words “animation” and “the web” together tends to conjure up memories of frantic searches for the “skip intro” button to save ourselves from a terrible sensory assault. Animation on the web has hit some pretty sad lows, there’s no arguing that. But adding motion to our work can be meaningful and functional—when we find the right circumstances.
When used as more than just a subtle design detail, animation can provide cues, guide the eye, and soften the sometimes-hard edges of web interactions. It can improve the user experience. And we can do it with CSS.Read more
When I left my job last April, the plan was that I’d use my fancy CSS3 animation tricks to land a front-end development position at an agency in New York. But as I spoke at more and more conferences and interviewed at more and more companies, I realized I would never be satisfied working as a traditional front-end developer. I am not excited by Angular.js. I don’t want to be the gatekeeper to another massive repository of stylesheets. I don’t stay up all night building Sass extensions. Read more
You can check out some fixes added to Opera Next stream. Thank you for testing and feel free to comment. Let us know if you have any problems with the build.
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After months of hard work by talented Mozillians, both paid and volunteer, DXR’s UI overhaul branch has hit production! With more efficient workflows, support for multiple trees, and improvements in discoverability, it makes searching Mozilla’s codebases more fun and takes a big step toward the retirement of legacy tools.Read more
This year Mozilla will be sponsoring BSidesVancouver, a free community oriented event on March 10th & 11th in Vancouver, BC. This event is very much in the spirit of the Mozilla community and mission, and several of our security team members will be attending both BSidesVancouver and CanSecWest.Read more
One great thing about Mozilla is that we want people to have a voice. Our products give people a voice on the web without being spied on. As a Mozillian, you don’t have to go through various levels of red tape before you are allowed to speak out in public.