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You can now use WebAssembly from .NET with Wasmtime!

Two months ago, ASP.NET Core 3.0 was released with an updated version of the Blazor framework. This framework allows the building of interactive client-side...
Firefox Lockbox and Firefox Notes released as part of Test Pilot initiative

Firefox 71 released with new developer tools features

Yesterday, the Firefox team announced its latest version, Firefox 71. This version includes a plethora of new developer tools features such as web socket...
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Django 3.0 released with built-in async functionality and support for MariaDB and Python 3.6,...

Yesterday, Django released its latest major update - Django 3.0. Django is a Python-based web framework designed to help developers build apps faster with...
Firefox Lockbox and Firefox Notes released as part of Test Pilot initiative

Firefox Preview 3.0 released with Enhanced Tracking Protection, Open links in Private tab by...

Earlier this month, the Firefox team released the Firefox Preview 3.0 with various features to make browsing and bookmarking safer and easier. This release...
Predicting the future of web development

4 predictions by Richard Feldman on the future of the web: TypeScript, WebAssembly, and...

At ReactiveConf 2019, Richard Feldman, author of Elm in Action and creator of ‘elm-css’ made four predictions about how the future of web development...
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Tim Berners-Lee launches a nine-principle ‘Contract for the Web’ to save the web

Update: Mozilla declared on the 28th November, that they now support the Contract for the Web. However, they have not signed the contract yet...

Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales launches WT:Social to counter “clickbait nonsense” of Facebook and Twitter

Last month, co-founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales launched WikiTribune Social (WT:Social), a collaboratively editable news-focused social network. This site aims to compete with popular...
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Google Chrome ‘secret’ experiment crashes browsers of thousands of IT admins worldwide

On Thursday last week, thousands of IT admins were left aghast when their Google Chrome browsers went blank, the White Screen of Death, and...

Brave 1.0 releases with focus on user privacy, crypto currency-centric private ads and payment...

Yesterday, Brave, the company co-founded by ex-Mozilla CEO, Brendan Eich, launched version 1.0 of its browser for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS. In...
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Expanding Web Assembly beyond the browser with Bytecode Alliance, a Mozilla, Fastly, Intel and...

Mozilla has partnered with Fastly, Intel and Red Hat to form the Bytecode Alliance to build a secure-by-default future for WebAssembly and to take...

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