Firefox 16 beta arrives with web app hooks, Reader Mode for Android and VoiceOver for Macs
Firefox 15 is barely fresh off the vine, and we’re already looking at a beta version 16 for both desktop platforms and Android. Mozilla’s test release builds in the first support for web apps that play nicely with the Mozilla Marketplace; as long as titles have a slight amount of extra formatting, they can slot into Firefox without hiccups. More treats exist if you’re running certain platforms: the Android crowd receives a Safari-style Reader Mode that strips out the fluff from pages, while Mac users see the once test-only VoiceOver support flipped on by default to improve accessibility. Even developers get a little something special through a quick-access toolbar and more readily accessible CSS4 scripting. If any of this sounds tempting, there’s a pair of source links waiting for your attention.
Pubblicato il 31/08/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag android, beta, browser, browsers, cellphone, Cellphones, css4, developer, developers, firefox, google android, GoogleAndroid, mac, mozilla, mozilla firefox, Mozilla Foundation, mozilla marketplace, smartphone, smartphones, Software, voiceover, web app, web apps, web browser, WebApp, WebApps, WebBrowser. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.