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Friday, March 04, 2011
Firefox 4 Demo Website Launched


Mozilla has aired Web'O Wonder, a web site dedicated to the upcoming Firefox 4 that includes several Web demos llustrating the new technical features of the new browser.

Web O' Wonder exhibits creative ways to interact with the Web and Mozilla plans to add more demos to Web O' Wonder each week.

The new demos showcase the type of ingenuity and fun enabled by modern Web technologies. Mozilla's developers are experimenting with new technologies, trying to imagine what could be the future of the Web. HTML5, CSS3, WebGL, SVG, fast JavaScript and new APIs.

In addition to the interactive demos, with Web O' Wonder users can learn more about how each demo works, what technologies are used and check out behind the scenes video interviews with the creators.

These demos haven't been designed exclusively for Firefox 4 and they also work on other modern browsers, like Chrome, when possible.



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