Mozilla has finally released the first beta for Firefox 4, you can now download and test this beta release, the very first of a series of betas that bring many improvements to the popular brown browser. As already reported, Firefox 4 that will be officially released at the end of the year is a major […]
When I wrote Firefox 4 begins to take shape, Heads Up Display (HUD) — for web developers wasn’t there, it was pushed in days after the post.
Firefox 3.7 alpha 6, the sixth developer preview of the Gecko 1.9.3 layout engine has been released with several new features since the previous developer preview, Firefox 3.7 alpha 5 that introduced support for the HTML5 audio and video codec WebM, and enabled Aero Glass for Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Mozilla developers have pushed WebM, VP8 codec into Firefox 4, the next major Firefox update. Up till now Google’s open source VP8 codec was present only in a special Firefox development build that you can still download here at Firefox WebM Builds.
Mozilla’s Stephen Horlander that showed us some iterations of Windows design mock-ups for Firefox 4 has posted again on his personal blog a couple of animations showing what might be tab-tasks in still-to-come Firefox 4. The goals of these animations as Stephen puts it, is to give a visual clue to the functions of Tabs. […]