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  • Augmented Reality and the Browser — An App Experiment

    What kinds of tools do artists, developers, designers, entrepreneurs and creatives of all flavors need to be able to easily make augmented reality experiences? What kinds of apps can people build with tools we provide? In this in-depth retrospective, Anselm Hook describes the challenges and learnings from creating ARPersist, an ...

  • Designing the Flexbox Inspector

    CSS Flexbox is an increasingly popular layout model that helps in building robust dynamic page layouts. However, it has a big learning curve! The new Flexbox Inspector, created by Firefox DevTools, helps developers understand the sizing, positioning, and nesting of Flexbox elements. You can try it out now in Firefox ...

  • Mozilla Hacks’ 10 most-read posts of 2018

    Our top posts this year were read by hundreds of thousands of developers and ranged across a variety of categories - including JavaScript and WebAssembly, CSS, the Web of Things, and Firefox Quantum. (Featured image is by Lin Clark.) The post Mozilla Hacks’ 10 most-read posts of 2018 appeared first ...

  • MDN Changelog for November 2018

    MDN wraps up a year of hard work by shipping monthly MDN payments, converting from Font Awesome to SVG, adding browser names to compatibility tables, and growing the development team. Thanks to every one of the contributors who've helped us make MDN Web Docs better than ever in 2018. The ...

  • Firefox 64 Released

    The year's last release of Firefox bundles together goodies for all, including multi-tab management in the interface, new CSS features, devtools improvements, better privacy protections, add-ons updates, and much, much more. Read all about it! The post Firefox 64 Released appeared first on Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog.

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