Monday, June 29, 2009

FireFox 3.5 Coming Tomorrow

According to reports the final version of Firefox 3.5 will be made publicly available for download tomorrow morning, Pacific time.

According to Mozilla, some of the new features included in Firefox 3.5 are:

  • A high-performance TraceMonkey JavaScript engine
  • An improved Gecko layout engine
  • Support fr Location Aware Browsing
  • Support for HTML5 (including HTML5 offline resources)
  • Various other stability and performance tweaks
Last Thursday, Mike Beltzner, the director of Firefox strongly hinted that Firefox 3.5 would meet the ship deadline previously set for the first half of the year. "Everyone's pretty happy with the release, and while we haven't picked a date yet, we're still tracking to our latest schedule," Beltzner said in an e-mail to ComputerWorld.

For more details on some of the new features you can visit the FireFox 3.5 developers page.

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