Mozilla Firefox 33 beta 2 Released with Web Call Support

Mozilla has unveiled Firefox 33 beta 2 for desktop which is available for download. Firefox 33 beta 2 notable feature is the introduction of real-time communication application (WebRTC) audio and video calls. What this means is, users can now make audio and video calls through the browser interface without having to install any software.

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Firefox 33 beta 2 updates

  • Supports sending video on the Android platform to Chromecast and Roku via WebRTC
  • Support for connections to HTTP proxy over HTTPS
  • Continued experimentation with WebRTC-powered communications feature
  • Display which elements have listeners attached
  • CSS transform highlighter to the style-inspector
  • Improved reliability of the session restoration
  • OpenH264 support
  • Improved search experience through the location bar
  • JSD (JavaScript Debugger Service) removed in favor of the Debugger interface
  • New CSP (Content Security Policy) backend
  • Azerbaijani [az] locale added
  • Developer tools: Paint flashing for browser content repaints
  • New sidebar which displays a list of shortcuts to every @media rule in the current stylesheet
  • Search suggestions on the Firefox Start Page
  • DOMMatrix interface implemented
  • Slimmer and faster JavaScript strings
  • Cubic-bezier curves editor
  • @counter-style rule from CSS3 Counter Styles specification implemented
  • Editable @keyframes rules in the Rules section of the Inspector

Install Firefox 33 Beta 2 on Ubuntu 14.04 & Ubuntu 14.10

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ricotz/mozilla

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install firefox
 
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