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Mozilla's Servo is an early step to making Firefox more secure

Fahmida Y. Rashid | July 7, 2016
The first step is a more secure rendering engine for Firefox. But after Servo, will Mozilla next rewrite SpiderMonkey in Rust?

Mozilla provided a bare-bones HTML-based browser interface with the Servo builds to test out how the engine renders websites.

The builds and the browser interface are not yet fully web-compliant, and many websites will currently display with issues. Mozilla has not publicized its development schedule for Servo or future plans for a final Servo release, but the technical demonstration provides developers with the first glimpse of what Mozilla has been working on.

Developers can help identify and file issues through the Servo's GitHub repository.

Source: Infoworld

 

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