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  • MDN Web Docs evolves! Lowdown on the upcoming new platform

    The time has come for Kuma — the platform that powers MDN Web Docs — to evolve. For quite some time now, the MDN developer team has been planning a radical platform change, and we are ready to start sharing the details of it. The question on your lips might …

  • MDN Web Docs: Editorial strategy and community participation

    We’ve made a lot of progress on moving forward with MDN Web Docs in the last couple of months, and we wanted to share where we are headed in the short- to mid-term, starting with our editorial strategy and renewed efforts around community participation. The post MDN Web Docs: Editorial …

  • Coming through with Firefox 82

    As October ushers in the tail-end of the year, we are pushing Firefox 82 out the door. This time around we finally enable support for the Media Session API, provide some new CSS pseudo-selector behaviours, close some security loopholes involving the Window.name property, and provide inspection for server-sent events in …

  • A New Backend for Cranelift, Part 1: Instruction Selection

    This post will describe my recent work on Cranelift as part of my day job at Mozilla. In this post, I will set some context and describe the instruction selection problem. In particular, I’ll talk about a revamp to the instruction selector and backend framework in general that we’ve been …

  • To Eleventy and Beyond

    Porting an established static website from one generator to another can be daunting. In this post, Add-ons Engineering Manager Stuart Colville recounts the experience of migrating Firefox Extension Workshop, Mozilla’s site for Firefox-specific extension development resources, from the Ruby-based site generator Jekyll to JavaScript-based Eleventy. The post To Eleventy and …

Améliorer MDN

Toutes les sections de MDN (la documentation et le site lui-même) sont créés par une communauté ouverte de développeurs et de rédacteurs. Rejoignez-nous ! Découvrez comment nous aider :