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Firefox 5

  1. 1. Firefox 5The New Awesome of the Open Web
  2. 2. Firefox 5:Released only 3 months after Firefox 4!
  3. 3. FireFox Release Timeline Building The Open Web Since 2004 V 5.0 v 4.0 June v 3.0 March 2011 v 2.0 2006 2008 2011v 1.02004
  4. 4. The New Plan for FirefoxTHE FIREFOX ROADMAP
  5. 5. Back To Mission Stable & Responsive Built for desktops and mobileHelp users get the most out of the webSupport tech desired by devs & users Deliver these improvements quickly
  6. 6. Gain Market Share +Promote the Open Web
  7. 7. State of the Web Today
  8. 8. Firefox Product Vision
  9. 9. Benefit of New Release Cycle• Faster time to market• Keep better pace with web standard changes• More competitive by releasing newer code• Create a predictable release cadence• Help users feel comfortable with upgrading
  10. 10. Challenges of New Release Cycle• Needs a cultural change for success• Less time to test and QA• Harder for add-ons to keep up• Smaller feature set per release
  11. 11. Firefox Development ObjectivesPRODUCT PRIORITIES 2011
  12. 12. Ship new technology to users in smaller bundles, more frequently
  13. 13. Develop a product that is responsivefrom "click to render"
  14. 14. Expand the Open Web Platform toinclude Apps, Social and Identity
  15. 15. Never lose the users data or state
  16. 16. Shine the primary UI until it gleams
  17. 17. Support modernoperating systems and platforms
  18. 18. Plan for a future where Desktop, Mobile and Web Apps run on a common platform
  19. 19. Plan for a future where Desktop, Mobile and Web Apps run on a common platform
  20. 20. https://wiki.mozilla.org/Firefox/Roadmap
  21. 21. The Lastest & GreatestFIREFOX FIVE
  22. 22. First release on thenew Firefox Roadmap schedule
  23. 23. FF5: June 21, 2011 FF4: March 22, 201190 Days or 2184 Hours
  24. 24. Added Support for CSS Animations
  25. 25. Do-Not-TrackImprovements
  26. 26. PerformanceImprovements
  27. 27. HTML5Improvements
  28. 28. Security Fixes
  29. 29. What’s Next?FIREFOX SIX
  30. 30. Welcome to the World of Rapid Release
  31. 31. A New Firefox Every 6 Weeks
  32. 32. “It’s clear that rapid release is a majorimprovement in our ability to respond to the needs of our users and the web... Rapid release is already paying dividends, and we’re just getting started.” Johnathan Nightingale Director of Firefox Engineering http://blog.mozilla.com/futurereleases
  33. 33. New for Windows, Mac & Linux• Add-Ons Manager with Plug-In Checker• Improved Panorama & Web Console• Scratchpad: Build & Test JS in browser• WebSockets• Server-Sent Events• And More!
  34. 34. New for Android• Faster start up with less memory• Better image scaling• Improved experience on tablets• Touch Events• Faster offline access
  35. 35. Mozilla Mission Promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the web. Mozilla.org/firefoxhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/kerolic/5803257147/

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