Tag: Firefox

Hacking / Tips - 6 months ago

A cartoon intro to DNS over HTTPS

Threats to users’ privacy and security are growing. At Mozilla, we closely track these threats. We believe we have a duty to do everything we can to protect Firefox users and their data. We’re taking on the companies and organizations that want to se...

Hacking / Tips - 6 months ago

New in Firefox 61: Developer Edition

Firefox 61: Developer Edition is available now, and contains a ton of great new features and under-the-hood improvements. A Darker Dark Theme Taking inspiration from Spinal Tap, Developer Edition’s dark theme now darkens more parts of the browser, in...

Hacking / Tips - 7 months ago

Debugging Modern Web Applications

Building and debugging modern JavaScript applications in Firefox DevTools just took a quantum leap forward. In collaboration with Logan Smyth, Tech Lead for Babel, we leveled up the debugger’s source map support to let you inspect the code that you a...

Hacking / Tips - 7 months ago

Firefox 60 – Modules and More

Firefox 60 is here, and the Quantum lineage continues apace. The parallel processing prowess of Quantum CSS is now available on Firefox for Android, and work continues on WebRender, which modernizes the whole idea of what it means to draw a web page....

Hacking / Tips - 8 months ago

What Makes a Great Extension?

We’re in the middle of our Firefox Quantum Extensions Challenge and we’ve been asking ourselves: What makes a great extension? Great extensions add functionality and fun to Firefox, but there’s more to it than that. They’re easy to use, easy to under...