Near-final Firefox 3.6 out for testing
Firefox 3.6, designed to be faster than 3.5, is nearly done. Mozilla has released the first release candidate for the open-source Web browser.
People can notice skins and better performance, but there also are changes deeper under the hood that developers should know about. One is running scripts asynchronously, which can help load a Web page faster by putting off some work until the high-priority chores are complete., which can help with tasks like uploading multiple photos and is part of the draft HTML5 standard effort. Another deeper change is
Mozilla had hoped to release the updated browser in 2009 as part of a higher-frequency release schedule, but.