Firefox 29 Beta Pulls In Many Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 20 March 2014 at 07:18 PM EDT. 25 Comments
Mozilla has put out the first beta of Firefox 29.0 and with it comes some exciting features.

Mozilla Firefox 29 Beta is exciting because it lands the new Australis user-interface, redesigns and improves the customization mode, supports the Gamepad API, implements CSS3 variables support, enables the ECMAScript internationalization API, enables input tags with a type of number and color, and has various other changes.

More details on Firefox 29.0 Beta can be found via the release notes. (Again, pardon the shorter news stories today due to being very busy at the Game Developer's Conference.)
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