October in, I took a look at Mozilla Fennec, the precursor to the mobile version of Firefox that is sure to make a huge splash in the mobile-browsing world, once it's released to the salivating crowds. The graduation of Fennec from alpha to beta 1 signifies that Mozilla is a milestone closer to bringing its vision to the world. For now, however, Fennec remains in code mode, released as a desktop and mobile test version for developers, and for others who want to give it a spoon and spin Mozilla some feedback. Consistent with Fennec alpha, the mobile installation of Fennec beta is compatible only with the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet (over-the-air installation link). Азартные Cимуляторы Казино В Интернете С Выводом На Счет Бонус 2016 on this page. mouseprogs read more.
Luckily, you don't have to be among this sliver of the populace to partake of the good news. Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux users can also download emulators to give Fennec beta 1 a try. The precursor to Firefox Mobile supports add-ons. The biggest news by far is Fennec's support for add-ons. As mobile browsers converge more and more with the desktop experience, the mobile browser with the best add-on implementation shall get a leg up.
Desktop extensions were a vital ingredient to Firefox's success among mainstream users, and they stand a good chance of pitching Firefox Mobile against Opera Mobile, too. Opera Software's desktop browser, though a solid program with its own library of plug-ins--called Widgets--has never gained the market share it needed to seriously contend with Firefox on the desktop. However, Opera is well-established on mobile phones already, and it was the first browser maker to bring its version of extensions over to the mobile side when it introduced Opera Widgets in October in the Opera 9.5 beta 2 release.
Mozilla's encouragement for Fennec developers to test existing Firefox extensions in Fennec beta 1, and to create new kinds explicitly for the mobile framework, could apply some pressure easily. Beyond extensions, Mozilla explores some richer bookmark maintenance in Fennec's beta 1. favianojackson.tk.
Fun with Fennec's tabs on the Windows emulator. While you won't get the traditional feel of Fennec's touch-screen commands from the Windows download, navigating with the mouse and emulator will have to do for most, until Mozilla gives us a mobile Firefox we can play with on more than just the favored Nokia tablet. Star Apps: Devo's Gerald Casale read more.
According to Mozilla, a beta version for Windows mobile is in the ongoing works for later in the year, and the hope is to make Fennec available for all to try by the end of 2009. FN6. Read Mozilla's full release notes here.
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