Mozilla released Firefox 32 yesterday and we just added it on all OS platforms at Browserling. You can already cross-browser test your sites and code in Firefox 32!

Cross-browser testing in Firefox 32

Try Firefox 32 in Browserling now!

The new Firefox 32 features include:

  • New HTTP cache provides improved performance including crash recovery.
  • Integration of generational garbage collection.
  • Public key pinning support enabled.
  • View historical use information for logins stored in password manager.
  • Display the number of found items in the find toolbar.
  • Easier back, forward, reload, and bookmarking through the context menu.
  • Lower Sorbian [dsb] locale added.

Firefox 32 biggest changes include:

  • Removed and turned off trust bit for some 1024-bit root certificates.
  • Performance improvements to Password Manager and Add-on Manager.

Firefox 32 HTML5 updates include:

  • drawFocusIfNeeded enabled by default.
  • ECMAScript 6 built-in method Array#copyWithin implemented.
  • CSS position:sticky enabled by default.
  • mix-blend-mode enabled by default.
  • New Array built-in: Array.from().
  • navigator.languages property and languagechange event implemented.
  • Vibration API updated to latest W3C spec.
  • CSS box-decoration-break replaces -moz-background-inline-policy.
  • box-decoration-break enabled by default.

Firefox 32 developer tool updates include:

  • HiDPI support in Developer Tools UI.
  • Inspector button moved to the top left.
  • Hidden nodes displayed differently in the markup-view.
  • New Web Audio Editor.
  • Code completion and inline documentation added to Scratchpad.

Firefox 32 fixes include:

  • Mac OS X: cmd-L does not open a new window when no window is available.
  • Text Rendering Issues on Windows 7 with Platform Update KB2670838 (MSIE 10 Prerequisite) or on Windows 8.1.

Firefox 32 security fixes include:

  • Use-after-free setting text directionality.
  • Profile directory file access through file: protocol.
  • Out-of-bounds read in Web Audio audio timeline.
  • Uninitialized memory use during GIF rendering.
  • Use-after-free during DOM interactions with SVG.
  • Miscellaneous memory safety hazards (rv:32.0 / rv:31.1 / rv:24.8).

Happy cross-browser testing!