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Firefox 10's page inspector gives developers the ability to peek into a page's structure and layout without having to leave the browser. "This means they can quickly navigate between page elements and view the HTML document structure for the page," Mozilla wrote in a blog.
Mozilla's new full-screen API and 3D support features give developers the ability to build full-screen and 3D Web experiences for Web sites and Web applications. Potential offerings include full-screen games, immersive video experiences and rich presentation sharing.
Firefox 10 now supports anti-aliasing for WebGL, enabling developers to create objects that blend together and move smoothly. Moreover, new support for CSS 3D Transforms will allow developers to animate and transform two-dimensional elements into 3D using HTML5 without the need for third-party plugins.
"We have also significantly improved Firefox add-on compatibility and simplified the update process for all users," Mozilla added.