Whether you're an old hand or just getting started, articles you can find starting from this page will help you while you're working on Mozilla development.
- Hacking Firefox (Front-end)
- How to get involved in developing the Firefox front-end software.
- Code snippets
- Useful code samples for a wide variety of things you might need to figure out how to do.
- Mozilla development strategies
- Tips for how to make the most of your time working on the Mozilla project.
- Find helpful tips and guides for debugging Mozilla code.
- The Mozilla platform
- Information about the workings of the Mozilla platform.
- Working with Mozilla code
- Learn how to work with the Mozilla project's code.
- The Bugzilla database used to track issues for Mozilla projects.
- Browse and search the Mozilla source code repository on the Web.
- The Bonsai tool lets you find out who changed what file in the repository, and when they did it.
- The distributed version-control system used to manage Mozilla's source code.
- Tinderbox shows the status of the tree (whether or not it currently builds successfully). Check this before checking in and out, to be sure you're working with a working tree.
- Crash tracking
- Information about the Socorro and Talkback crash reporting systems.
- Performance tracking
- See performance information for Mozilla projects.
- Developer forums
- A topic-specific list of discussion forums where you can talk about Mozilla development issues.