• From Javascript to WebAssembly πŸš€, Security and TLS 1.1 ⚠️, Firefox 73 🦊 WebAssembly's Future 🌎

    Plus: Why Firefox DevTools Are Getting Closer To An IDE
    Mozilla Developer Newsletter
    Welcome Firefox 73

    From this week, new features bring the DevTools user experience closer to an IDE, including "not in" searches, autocomplete for Variables declared in expressions, and auto-closing brackets. Firefox has also extended support for CSS logical properties. As a bonus, selective zoom functionality is now natively available.
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    Security and the Future of WebAssembly

    Mozilla's own Lin Clark was the keynote speaker at the WebAssembly Summit this week, addressing the importance of retaining the sandbox model to ensure that WebAssembly used outside of the web continues to protect user security. You can watch her talk (and the rest of the presentations) in this video.

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    Take your application to the web with WebAssembly

    In this talk from BrazilJS, Venezuelan Mozilla Tech Speaker Miguel Useche explains how (and why) to use WebAssembly, providing insights about improved performance and support for utilizing existing Javascript and PHP code.

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    Goodbye TLS 1.1 (and 1.0)

    The Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol is the de facto means for establishing security on the Web. It's time to move the browser ecosystem into a new era, where weak versions of TLS are not supported by default. Mozilla, Google, Apple and Microsoft have committed to disabling TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 as default options for secure connections. Starting with Firefox 74, which ships on 10 March 2020, TLS 1.2 will be the default minimum version.

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    Special feature

    Victories for open media
    The open video codec AV1 is now used by Netflix for mobile streaming. Also, at CES in January, Samsung and LG demonstrated new 8K TVs with built-in support for AV1 streaming video.

    Ethics in tech
    The Mozilla Foundation has created a guide for students about ethical issues in the tech industry.



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    2. Using the WebAssembly JavaScript API

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