Mozilla Firefox version 102.0 is already available for download ahead of the stable release tomorrow. Firefox 102.0 isn’t an exciting end-user-facing update, but developers might be interested in things like Transform Streams support and Geoclue geolocation support for Linux builds.
Some of the highlights of the Mozilla Firefox 102.0 release include:
- Improved PDF reading mode in high contrast mode.
- Geoclue support in Firefox on Linux for systems that support geolocation reporting.
- Captions and captions for picture-in-picture mode for HBO Max, Dailymotion, Tubl, Disney+, and SonyLIV, and many more streaming services.
- The CSS “update” media feature is now available by default for querying the output device’s ability to modify the appearance of content after it is rendered.
- New API support includes converting streams and readable byte streams.
The official version of Mozilla Firefox 102.0 is now available for download from the Mozilla.org server:
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