Firefox 3 To Support SQLite And More

Firefox 3 is to support SQLite for offline storage. The new alpha release tells us this and a lot more (below). The world of the RDBMS has come to the browser, and has jumped from server to client in the Web platform. Bookmarks portion of Places has been enabled New crash reporting system, Breakpad. It's […]

Firefox 3 is to support SQLite for offline storage. The new alpha release tells us this and a lot more (below).

The world of the RDBMS has come to the browser, and has jumped from server to client in the Web platform.

  • Bookmarks portion of Places has been enabled
  • New crash reporting system, Breakpad. It’s
    enabled by default on Mac OS X, on about 50% of Windows installations, and not yet available on Linux.
    You can also view crash reports at this site.
  • New Javascript-based Password Manager. More details available here.
  • Support for Growl notification under Mac OS X
  • Support for native controls on Mac OS X
  • Miscellaneous Gecko 1.9 bug fixes

Source:? ajaxian

Mozilla, Firefox 3, Alpha, SQLite

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