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  • Prototyping a subcontinent scale sculpture in A-Frame

    Back in 2016, I submitted a concept in response to the British Council call for entries to their UK-India 2017 Digital Open Call. Titled “A piece of Art as big as India”, the idea was to create an augmented reality sculpture that the people of India could not only view ...

  • TypedArray or DataView: Understanding byte order

    TL;DR Depending on how you access an ArrayBuffer you get different byte order on the same machine. So long story short: it makes a difference if you use a TypedArray or the setters from a DataView. ArrayBuffer is there to give efficient and fast access to binary data, such as ...

  • Firebug lives on in Firefox DevTools

    Firebug, the original browser developer tool, has been discontinued as a separate Firefox add-on, and will go forward as atop Firefox DevTools. The spirit of Firebug lives on in all of the browser developer tools we build and use today.

  • Level Up Your Cross-Browser Testing

    Today we’re announcing a special opportunity for web developers to learn how to build and automate functional browser tests — we’ve partnered with Sauce Labs to offer a special extended trial of their excellent tools, and we’ve created a custom learning resource as part of this trial. 2016: The year ...

  • Firefox Hardware Report for Web Developers

    Suppose you’re developing a sophisticated web game or application, and you’re wondering — will it actually be able to run? What hardware should I be targeting to get the widest possible audience? Existing hardware reports (such as those from Valve and Unity) are excellent, but represent a different group of ...

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