WebRTC and Font Inspector added to Mozilla Firefox
Mozilla has announced what it’s new betas are for its Mozilla Firefox desktop application.
Among these are a couple of leading technologies, so let’s go through the 2 main ones.
WebRTC stands for Web Real-Time Communications and will now be enabled by default in the browser. WebRTC will enable developers to easily integrate real-time communications, including voice and video calls and file sharing, across the web.
In addition to WebRTC is the CSS3 Flexbox tools being enable by default, the inclusion of a Web Notifications API for using notifications in web apps and a new font inspector.
The font inspector is a development tool that allows you to see all the @font-faces used on a webpage including the name, family, location, code and look of a font.
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