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Tutorial: Embedding Rhino - Mozilla | MDN

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Basic animations - Web APIs | MDN

Posted: (7 days ago) In the examples below, we'll use the window.requestAnimationFrame() method to control the animation. The requestAnimationFrame method provides a smoother and more efficient way for animating by calling the animation frame when the system is ready to paint the frame. The number of callbacks is usually 60 times per second and may be reduced to a lower rate when running in background tabs.

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Your first extension - Mozilla | MDN

Posted: (10 days ago) The extension should have an icon. This will be shown next to the extension's listing in the Add-ons Manager. Our manifest.json promised that we would have an icon at "icons/border-48.png". Create the "icons" directory directly under the "borderify" directory. Save an icon there named "border-48.png". You could use the one from our example ...

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