Quantum also includes refinements to the user interface and interactions.
Focused on real user performance improvements on major , primarily G Suite now called and.
In October 1998, Netscape announced that its next browser would use Gecko which was still called NGLayout at the time rather than the old layout engine, requiring large parts of the application to be rewritten.
Gecko offers a rich programming that makes it suitable for a wide variety of roles in Internet-enabled applications, such as , content presentation, and.
It includes numerous improvements to Gecko, largely incorporated from the experimental project.
While this decision was popular with web standards advocates, it was largely unpopular with Netscape developers, who were unhappy with the six months given for the rewrite.