Mozilla Firefox 30 Binaries Now Available
Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 10 June 2014 at 12:01 AM EDT. 20 Comments
The Firefox 30 release announcement is imminent with the source and binaries for the upcoming browser update now being available.

For those interested, Mozilla Firefox 30.0 can be obtained from the Mozilla FTP server while we're still waiting for the official release announcement, which is likely coming in the day ahead.

For Linux users, Mozilla Firefox 30 is important in that it finally supports GStreamer 1.0. Firefox 30 also boasts improvements to the Australis user-interface. Other changes for Firefox 30 include HDMI improvements, new JavaScript ES6 improvements, a variety of new APIs supported for developers, and a variety of other additions and alterations. Those in a rush to find out Firefox 30 changes can find a tentative list via the 30.0 beta release notes.
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