Mozilla has unfurled a new API designed to expand the worldwide population of Firefox add-on developers. The open-source house boasts that over the last four years, more than 8,000 developers have built more than 12,000 add-ons for its Firefox browser. But with its new API, dubbed Jetpack, it hopes to breed many more. "We want …
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I hope they secure this heavily or it is going to cause some serious problems.
Imagine a html firefox addon. Who knows what damage could be caused.
"What if any eighth grader with a little skill could change the browser? What would that mean for the web?" Uh, even more crappy, insecure plugins?
"What if any eighth grader with a little skill could change the browser? What would that mean for the web?"
An add-on that automatically underlines all the rude words in wikipedia?
But what about performance?
That's all very well, but when are they going to work on the perfomance, its still the most bloated browser.
Department of Redudancy Department
"hoi" is greek for "the"... so "the hoi polloi" is just a little redundant...
Let me be the first to
welcome our new 8th grader browser pluglin totting hoi polloi overlords.
It's ideas like this
That make the browser unusable. Anybody found any use for the MySQL database that makes the browser take a few eons to close?
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