We have seen repeatedly, Mozilla intends to modify the development cycle of its Firefox browser by chaining faster versions.*Thus, the foundation plans to release the final version of Firefox 5 on 21 June. The first day of summer which is also the feast of music is a rather interesting date to mark the turning point that Mozilla wants to start with Firefox.

Compared to what the foundation has accustomed us, this change represents sacred because Mozilla has actually released a new version of Firefox more regularly.*For 2011, Firefox 4.0, Firefox 5.0, Firefox 6.0 and Firefox 7.0 are indeed provided, the first having appeared on the canvas late March.

Each new version will go through 4 phases of development: Mozilla Central / Nightly, Aurora Mozilla, Mozilla and Mozilla Beta Release.*The foundation provides Nightly branch for developers, the Aurora branch for advanced users (1 million), the Beta testers for all types (about 10 million) and the release for everyone who will benefit from an update updated every 6 to 12 weeks.

According to the diagrams, we see that Firefox 5.0 will enter into Phase Aurora (April 12), stage begins the period Nightly Firefox 6.0 that will then in Aurora when Firefox 5.0 will have reached the stage of beta, and so on.