At first glance, this looks like an odd partnership: Mozilla just announced that it has recently begun collaborating with Samsung on Servo, its next generation browser engine. Mozilla Research started working on Servo as a research project in 2012.
Con un annuncio a sorpresa da parte di Mozilla, sul suo blog è stato svelato al pubblico Servo un nuovo web-browser engine che sarà sviluppato in collaborazione con Samsung. Servo è scritto in Rust, un nuovo linguaggio di programmazione sviluppato dalla stessa Mozilla.
Phoronix: Mozilla's Servo Engine Is Crazy Fast Compared To Gecko
Yesterday an update was shared concerning the latest state of Google's Blink Engine fork of WebKit. While not receiving much mainstream attention, Mozilla's Servo Engine is starting to come together as a much more performant and advanced layout engine compared to Gecko.
Phoronix: Mozilla Open-Sources Their PlayCanvas Gaming Engine
Mozilla has been staunchly opposed to an iOS version of its Firefox browser for a while. It wants to use its own web engine, but Apple will only let companies use its in-house code in the name of security. However, the organization is clearly having a change of heart -- VP Jonathan Nightingale has revealed that Mozilla wants to bring Firefox to iOS.
In a surprising move today, Mozilla and Humble Bundle have partnered up to provide a new collection of games, but with a twist. With the help of some new technologies, it's now possible to play some of the new games just in the browser.
Playing games inside the browser is not something new.
Last week Mozilla announced that, starting from December (2014), the default search engine provider in its Firefox Web browser application will be Yahoo, a deal that Marissa Mayer, Yahoo’s CEO, trumpeted as “the most significant partnership for Yahoo in five years.” Yep, under the terms of the 5-year strategic partnership, Yahoo will be the default search engine in desktop and [&