Mozilla Corporation’s free and open-source web browser, Mozilla Firefox gets a new stable release, Firefox version 38.0, which includes new features and fixes for known issues.
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What’s new in Firefox 38.0:
- New – New tab-based preferences
- New – Ruby annotation support
- New – Base for the next ESR release.
- Changed – autocomplete=off is no longer supported for username/password fields
- Changed – URL parser avoids doing percent encoding when setting the Fragment part of the URL, and percent decoding when getting the Fragment in line with the URL spec
- Changed – RegExp.prototype.source now returns “(?:)” instead of the empty string for empty regular expressions
- Changed – Improved page load times via speculative connection warmup
- HTML5 – WebSocket now available in Web Workers
- HTML5 – BroadcastChannel API implemented
- HTML5 – Implemented srcset attribute and element for responsive images
- HTML5 – Implemented DOM3 Events KeyboardEvent.code
- HTML5 – Mac OS X: Implemented a subset of the Media Source Extensions (MSE) API to allow native HTML5 playback on YouTube
- HTML5 – Implemented Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) API to support encrypted HTML5 video/audio playback (Windows Vista or later only)
- HTML5 – Automatically download Adobe Primetime Content Decryption Module (CDM) for DRM playback through EME (Windows Vista or later only)
- Developer – Optimized-out variables are now visible in Debugger UI
- Developer – XMLHttpRequest logs in the web console are now visually labelled and can be filtered separately from regular network requests
- Developer – WebRTC now has multistream and renegotiation support
- Developer – copy command added to console
- Various security fixes
- unresolved – Responsive images do not update when the enclosing viewport changes
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