The new beta also scores better in terms of security, as it incorporates native JSON parsing support to safeguard the browser against any potential code execution attacks.
Earlier last week, Mozilla has also announced that the fourth beta of the browser would be released, with a subsequent release of release candidate before the final iteration of the browser, tagged as Firefox 3.5, finally becomes available.
Mozilla has asked the developers’ community downloading new beta, which is available for Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, to check out the entire range of tweaks, available on Mozilla Development Centre blog, they require for providing better feedback.
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The jump from 3.1 to 3.5 highlights the wealth of features that Firefox developers have added to the celebrated open source browser. The competition is heating up with Safari and Chrome adding their own colours to the browsing market. Safari version 4.0 has already showed that Webkit and Apple can land some pretty good figures even as newbies.