Cooperation between Mozilla Samsung to develop next generation of web browsers engine




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Cooperation between Mozilla and Samsung to develop the next generation of web browsers engine

April 3, 2013

Announced, “Samsung” Foundation “Mozilla” on Wednesday for a new partnership to build a “next generation” of engines for browsers Internet, to be the goal of which is to bring this technology to the operating system “Android” and mobile devices based on processors ARM.

She said, “Mozilla” on her blog for it aims through the project, which was launched by the name “Servo”, to take advantage of the built computing future such as multiple nuclei and heterogeneity, along with excellence by being faster than the current, also aims to take advantage of the gear steel characterized by similarity widely.

The company added that the project “Servo” comes as an attempt to rebuild Internet browsers from the beginning on the basis of modern gear drive, and an attempt to rethink old assumptions with respect to this area.

It is noteworthy that the new project has been written by a programming language systems “Rust”, which is still under development by the “Mozilla” itself, where launched Enterprise version number 0.6, including today, as still “Mozilla” Language is unstable after, although being used for many years.

It should be noted that both the “Mozilla” and “Samsung” not Ttrgueta to determine the expected timeframe for the end of the project “Servo”, but in turn, noted that both of them aim to complete the first revision of the language of “Rust” over the next year, according to “Mozilla”.

Observers believe that the help “Samsung” for “Mozilla”, will enable the latter to bring a systems programming language “Rust” affiliate addition to the draft “Servo”, to a system “Android” and handheld devices shown on ARM processors.
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