The Best of Mozilla
10+ most popular Mozilla articles, as voted by our community.
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Mozilla on Accessibility
How accessibility trees inform assistive tech
The web was designed with built-in features to make accessibility possible; these have been part of the platform pretty much from the beginning. In recent times, inspectable accessibility trees have…
Mozilla on Dating
Mozilla Explains: Dating Apps, AI and Collaborative Filtering
Dating app usage is on the rise. If you're one of the millions of people looking for love online, you might be wondering, how does the app know who to show you next?
Mozilla on Game Development
Progressive Web Games
Web game developer Andrzej Mazur explores the concept of Progressive Web Games. He describes howe to use PWA features built with Web APIs for modern game development. He introduces the ...
Mozilla on Mozilla
Entering the Quantum Era—How Firefox got fast again and where it’s going to get faster
Over the past seven months, we’ve been rapidly replacing major parts of the engine, introducing Rust and parts of Servo to Firefox. Plus, we’ve had a browser performance strike force ...
A cartoon intro to DNS over HTTPS
At Mozilla, we closely track threats to users' privacy and security. This is why we've added tracking protection to Firefox and created the Facebook container extension. In today's cartoon intro, ...
Mozilla on NLP
Project Common Voice by Mozilla
Common Voice is a project to help make voice recognition open to everyone. Now you can donate your voice to help us build an open-source voice database that anyone can use to make innovative apps for…
Mozilla on Python
Pyodide: Bringing the scientific Python stack to the browser
Pyodide is an experimental project from Mozilla to create a full Python data science stack that runs entirely in the browser. We think it’s worthwhile to work on moving the ...
Mozilla on Raspberry Pi
How to build your own private smart home with a Raspberry Pi and Mozilla’s Things Gateway
Last year we announced Project Things by Mozilla. Project Things is a framework of software and services that can bridge the communication gap between connected devices by giving things URLs ...
Mozilla on Ruby
WebAssembly Interface Types: Interoperate with All the Things!
People are excited about running WebAssembly outside the browser. People are also excited about running WebAssembly from languages like Python, Ruby, and Rust. Lin Clark's Code Cartoons are back,…
Mozilla on Smart Home
Privacy Included: Rethinking the Smart Home
A special edition from the Internet Health Report on rethinking the smart home.
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Why are hyperlinks blue?
The internet has ingrained itself into every aspect of our lives, but there’s one aspect of the digital world that I bet you take for granted. Did you ev
«Culturally, we associate links with the color blue so much that in 2016, when Google changed its links to black, it created quite a disruption. »
Firefox Rolls Out Total Cookie Protection By Default To All Users
Take back your privacy Starting today, Firefox is rolling out Total Cookie Protection by default to all Firefox users worldwide, making Firefox the most pr
How to overcome distractions (and be more productive)
Nir Eyal, Pocket reader and author of two bestselling books, shares tips on how to become “indistractible.”
Mozilla to Explore Healthy Social Media Alternative
In early 2023, Mozilla will stand up and test a publicly accessible instance in the Fediverse at Mozilla.Social. We’re eager to join the community in gro
Improving Firefox responsiveness on macOS
If you're running Firefox on macOS you might have noticed that its responsiveness has improved significantly in version 103.
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