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  • Using Neutrino to jump-start modern JavaScript development

    Neutrino is a tool which brings together the best parts of the modern JavaScript toolchain with the ease of zero upfront configuration. Built to let you hit the ground running, Neutrino combines the power of Webpack with the simplicity of presets to build web and Node.js projects.

  • WebAssembly Will Ease Collaboration on Next Generation Video Codecs

    Michael Bebenita, a Research Engineer at Mozilla, recently posted a fascinating article on the development of AV1, a next-generation video codec. If you’re interested in how new media formats are created, I highly recommend reading the full article. What caught my eye is the discussion of porting the AV1 bitstream ...

  • Announcing the Developer Roadshow Series

    We’re bringing Mozilla’s Developer Roadshow to a city near you! Join us for a meetup-style, Mozilla-focused event series for people who build the Web. Hear from expert speakers highlighting the latest and best in Mozilla and Firefox technologies. See you on the road!

  • Headless Raspberry Pi configuration over Bluetooth

    With the advent of the newer Raspberry Pi 3 (RPi) with built-in Bluetooth, there are now new options for getting connected to the console of the RPi, without the headache of having to dig up a monitor and keyboard (much less a serial cable with pinouts). This is especially advantageous ...

  • Devtools: What you need to know

    Many things changed in Firefox DevTools last year, particularly towards the end of the year. The effort to refactor some of our tools started to pay off and we landed some great re-designs that should make web developers’ lives easier.

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