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Daily API RoundUp: Facebook Instant Articles, NASA, Twilio Lookups, Mozilla

Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.

EU Copyright Reform: Mozilla Warns The EU Not To Break The Internet

Mozilla launched a campaign to convince the European Commission to base the new EU copyright right on principles such as having a 21st century-ready copyright framework, built-in flexibility, and avoiding breaking the Internet.

Mozilla plans to add Webp support to Firefox

Mozilla, makers of Firefox and other things, is working on bringing support for the webp format to the Firefox web browser. WebP is an image format developed by Google (based on tech by a company Google acquired) that offers lossy and lossless compression. Show More Summary

Tuesday Morning Roundup: Stanford's Boozy Party Kibosh

Redesigning Mozilla, sad sale, Steph Curry's new gig. [ more › ]

Web Browser Market Share Wars for July-August 2016: Google Chrome Remains on Top; Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Edge and Safari Trail

Google Chrome remains the undisputed champion in the web browser market share wars. As of August 22, the freeware internet browser continues to widen its lead from Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE), Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Safari.

Mozilla Wants You to Help Redesign Its Logo. Seriously

Most rebrandings happen behind closed doors. Mozilla wanted to try something different. The post Mozilla Wants You to Help Redesign Its Logo. Seriously appeared first on WIRED.

Mozilla reveals its Firefox 64-bit for Windows plan

The Firefox web browser is available as a 32-bit and 64-bit application for all supported desktop operating systems including Windows. The 64-bit Firefox version for Windows is a fledgling however when compared to the Linux and Mac OS X versions, as it has just been available officially since December 2015. Show More Summary

Firefox 51: new Search Restore feature

Mozilla plans to launch a new search reset feature in Firefox 51 that enables users to restore the default search engine should the need arise. Firefox users who want to reset the browser's main search engine to the default -- which is different based on which country they come from -- can do so in […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

Mozilla open-sourced its logo redesign, and here are the finalists

In June, Mozilla announced that it would be redesigning its logo with the help of the internet’s collaboration. Along the way, it asked its community members to provide feedback on every step, shaping the logo into what the Web believes is a strong rebrand. Show More Summary

Is Open-Sourced Design Any Good? Mozilla Is Finding Out

Check out the seven finalists in the company's completely transparent search for a new identity. Check out the seven finalists in the company's completely transparent search for a new identity. Mozilla, the company behind the third-most...Show More Summary

Firefox 51: custom zoom level in address bar

Mozilla plans to improve the visibility of custom zoom levels in the Firefox web browser starting in version 51 by displaying levels in the address bar. Firefox's custom per-page zoom level feature is quite useful. You may use it to increase or decrease the zoom level of any given page to make content smaller or […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

Digital Offers: Become a JavaScript guru for only $29!

If you want to be a software engineer or writer, you'll need to learn as much as you can about coding and as many coding languages as you can. JavaScript is the code behind all modern web browsers, like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, but you're not a robot and you don't speak in binary. Show More Summary

How to override the Firefox Add-on Signing requirement

The following guide walks you through the steps of overriding the add-on signing enforcement in Firefox Stable and Beta. You will be able to install unsigned add-ons in Firefox versions in which this should not be possible. Mozilla implemented...Show More Summary

Firefox 49 for Linux: Plugin-Free Netflix and Amazon Video

Mozilla plans to support plugin-free streaming on Netflix and Amazon Video on Firefox for Linux starting with version 49 stable of the browser. The streaming world is slowly moving towards using HTML5 for streaming purposes and away from using plugins such as Microsoft Silverlight or Adobe Flash. Show More Summary

Firefox 49: HTTP passwords on HTTPS sites

Mozilla plans to launch an update for the built-in password manager in Firefox that will make HTTP passwords work on HTTPS sites as well. If you use the built-in functionality to save passwords in Firefox currently, you may know that the manager distinguishes between HTTP and HTTPS protocols. Show More Summary

Portland meetup on August 19

Details on the meetup in Portland on August 19. Where: Mozilla/PDX -- 1120 NW Couch St, Suite 320. When: Friday August 19, 6:30PM to 8PM. After the meetup we'll go out for dinner and drinks at a nearby establishment. How it works: We use BloggerCon unconference format. Show More Summary

Firefox one-off Searches from the address bar

2 weeks agoTechnology : Ghacks.net

Mozilla pushed a feature to Firefox 51 Nighty the other day that introduces so-called one-off searches from the address bar to the browser. The main idea behind the feature is to give Firefox users direct options to run searches using other installed search engines. Show More Summary

Firefox 51: SocialAPI deprecation

2 weeks agoTechnology : Ghacks.net

Mozilla plans to deprecate parts of SocialAPI, an interface designed originally to make social interactions faster and easier, in Firefox 51. Mozilla introduced the SocialAPI in Firefox 17 as a way to make interactions with social network services like Facebook easier and faster. Show More Summary

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