Mozilla Firefox 48.0 Now Officially Available
Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 2 August 2016 at 07:53 AM EDT. 18 Comments
MOZILLA --
Firefox 48.0 is officially available this morning for all supported platforms.

Firefox 48 takes the first Rust code into production within this web browser, Electrolysis is beginning to be turned on by default, a variety of WebRTC improvements, improved Linux Canvas support, various security improvements, enforcing that add-ons be signed/verified through Mozilla, and more.

Web developers wanting to find out the new JavaScript/CSS/HTML5 offerings available to them with Firefox 48.0 can learn more via developer.mozilla.org. Firefox 48 as usual can be downloaded from the Mozilla FTP server.
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