Developer.mozilla. This page is an attempt to document the process of managing Mozilla Firefox on Windows and Mac OS X computers in the enterprise setting, from start to finish.
Please e-mail email@example.com with questions. Choose a Firefox variant Rapid Release (RR) Mozilla publishes a new version with incremented main version number, new features, and bug fixes every six weeks (and, as needed, additional security releases in between). On the day a major version is released, in most cases (see below for an exception) Mozilla stops providing bug fixes for the previous one. For the planned dates for upcoming releases, see the column 'release date' in the Future branch dates table in the Mozilla wiki. Extended Support Release (ESR) Every seventh major version of Firefox is declared an Extended Support Release.
The major ESR releases so far have been versions 10, 17, 24, 31, and 38. Installation Configuration Find the Firefox program directory where the Firefox executable is located. Packaging Extensions. Firefox Extended Support Release FAQ. What is Mozilla?
Mozilla is a global, non-profit organization dedicated to making the Web better. We emphasize principle over profit, and believe that the Web is a shared public resource to be cared for, not a commodity to be sold. We work with a worldwide community to create open source products like Mozilla Firefox, and to innovate for the benefit of the individual and the betterment of the Web. The result is great products built by passionate people and better Web choices for everyone. Firefox Beta. Mozilla ralentirait à 42 semaines le cycle de développement de Firefox spécialement pour les entreprises - Proposition d'une Extended Support Release (ESR) Enterprise Info Page. Download Firefox Extended Release Support for Your Organization, Business, Enterprise. Who is it for?
Firefox ESR is intended for groups who deploy and maintain the desktop environment in large organizations such as universities and other schools, county or city governments and businesses. Who is it not for? Individual users who always want the latest features, performance enhancements and technologies in their browser without waiting for them to become available in ESR several development cycles later. Step 1. Before proceeding, we strongly encourage Firefox ESR users to sign up for the Enterprise Working Group (EWG) mailing list. Step 2. Jobs — Open Positions. Bonjour Mozilla. Enterprise/Firefox/ExtendedSupport:Proposal.
This is an archive of the process by which the ESR channel & builds were created, it's not kept up to date with more information, for that go HERE.
Update 2014-02-11 The original plan for ESR was to do 3 extended support releases and then potentially EOL that branch and its associated resources. However as we've gotten more streamlined about supporting the ESR releases alongside mainline Firefox it's become fairly trivial to keep this branch running and with the mailing list becoming community-driven, even more so. As such there is no plan at this time to end ESR releases, the next ESR version will be 31 and each subsequent one will be 7 version numbers higher. At some point down the road we might need to reclaim the resources ESR uses, perhaps turn over the build generation to community, or other issues with backporting security fixes might become blockers that result in this branch being to rest. For now, we'll continue the cadence and structure that has worked for the past 2+ years. Deploying Firefox in an enterprise environment.
NPAPI Plugins in Firefox. Mozilla has been steadily improving the Web platform to support features that were once only available via NPAPI plugins.
Streaming video, advanced graphics, and gaming features have all become native Web APIs in the past few years. Mozilla continues to prioritize features that will make it possible for sites to switch away from plugins. Features such as clipboard access which used to require plugins are now available via native Web APIs. As browsers and the Web have grown, NPAPI has shown its age. Plugins are a source of performance problems, crashes, and security incidents for Web users. Résoudre des problèmes de Firefox avec les plugins... - Mozilla Support Community. Si vous rencontrez des problèmes avec des pages qui utilisent des plugins (tels qu'Adobe Flash, Java et autres) pour afficher des contenus, vous pouvez avoir besoin de vérifier si un plugin cause le problème ou non.
Note : la version 64 bits de Firefox ne reconnaît et ne prend en charge que les plugins NPAPI Adobe Flash et Microsoft Silverlight. Problèmes courants causés par des plugins : Cet article décrit comment résoudre les problèmes des plugins. Si vous rencontrez un problème avec une extension ou un thème, consultez Résoudre des problèmes de Firefox liés aux extensions, au thème ou à l'accélération graphique matéri.... Pour des informations générales sur les plugins, consultez Utiliser les plugins pour écouter de la musique, voir des vidéos, jouer et plus encore.
Vous pouvez désactiver des plugins de manière sélective pendant que Firefox fonctionne. Cliquez sur le bouton menu et choisissez Modules. Le plugin est supprimé.