Mozilla comes in June with alpha version of the browser with new engine




Mozilla developer Paul Rouget has said that there is an alpha version of Browser.html appear in June. This is a new browser based on the Servo browser engine, which Mozilla and Samsung for several years to work together.

Before the alpha version can be released in this summer, there is still quite some bugs need to be addressed. Rouget wants to ensure that at least Github, DuckDuckGo, Hacker News and Reddit work well with the release. There are several issues with displaying websites in the Servo engine that need to be resolved.

Browser.html is an experimental browser from Mozilla that the interface itself consists of html. The browser is created on top of the new Servo engine, which from the ground to be built . Servo’s replacement must be of Gecko, the Firefox browser engine on which it is based, which dates from 1997.

The new engine is written in the programming language Rust, a language developed by Mozilla itself with safety in mind. Servo is optimized for modern hardware and to work on both ARM and x86 chips.

Google developer Jake Archibald demonstrated recently the performance of the rendering engine, which is much faster with GPU acceleration than the latest versions of Chrome, Safari and Firefox.


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