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What, when, where View Source is a brand new conference for web developers, presented by Mozilla and friends, produced by the folks who also bring you the Mozilla Developer Network, to share knowledge of the Open Web. It’s a single track event with plenty of time and space for discussion, ...
After reading last month’s “Let’s Write a Web Extension,” I was inspired to try and port a real-world add-on to a WebExtension. Specifically, I tried to port the Chrome version of the popular, open-source “Reddit Enhancement Suite” (RES) to Firefox. Here’s what I learned, and what you can do today ...
Pushing the Web forward means making it better for developers and users alike. It means tackling issues that our present Web faces; this is especially true for making responsive RTL (right-to-left) design and development easier to achieve.
We’ve revamped the Hacks Blog! The old design was looking a little long in the tooth, and was built in an altogether less-responsive era. The new design has a few goals: Look great on as many screens as possible Get out of the way of some awesome content Have the ...
A few years ago, Sony released their first port of Firefox OS, for the Xperia E. Since then, Sony has started the Open Devices initiative to bring support for AOSP (the Android Open Source Project) to many more of its smartphones. The porting work described in this post is based ...