While Firefox 3 is almost finished, Mozilla is already planning Firefox 3.1 and Firefox 4 release dates and revealing some of the upcoming features.
As it says in Google groups, there were some features which were not fully finished yet and wasn’t included in the Firefox 3. “These include things like XHR, native JSON DOM bindings, ongoing performance tuning, awesomebar++, better system integration, etc.”
Firefox 3.1 is planned to be released at the end of this year.
This one is really excising. “Firefox 4 will incorporate some of the more aggressive platform improvements in Mozilla2. It is far too early to set a shipping date but an initial target would be sometime in late 2009. Mozilla2 work has been underway for > 8 months”
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