Firefox 108 Now Available With WebMIDI, Import Maps Enabled By Default

Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 12 December 2022 at 11:45 AM EST. 42 Comments
Firefox 108 is now available for download as the last major Firefox web browser release of 2022.

Ahead of tomorrow's formal Firefox 108.0 debut, the Firefox binaries have just been mirrored for this end-of-year browser update. Firefox 108 isn't particularly exciting for end-users but does contain a number of developer additions.

Some of the Firefox 108 highlights include:

- Import maps are now enabled by default that allow web pages to control the behavior of JavaScript imports.

- Firefox now properly deals with images using ICCv4 profiles for color corrections.

- The Shift + Esc keyboard shortcut now opens the process manager for identifying processes consuming too many resources.

- Support for the WebMIDI API within secure contexts.

- Support for CSS trigonometric functions of sin(), cos(), tan(), asin(), acos(), atan(), and atan2() but for now is hidden behind a preference option.

Firefox 108.0 can be downloaded from
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