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  • Ruby support in Firefox Developer Edition 38

    It was a long-time request from East Asian users, especially Japanese users, to have ruby support in the browser. Formerly, because of the lack of native ruby support in Firefox, users had to install add-ons like HTML Ruby to make ruby work. However, in Firefox Developer Edition 38, CSS Ruby ...

  • Announcing the MDN Fellowship Program

    For nearly a decade, the Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) has been a vital source of technical information for millions of web and mobile developers. And while each month hundreds of developers actively contribute to MDN, we know there are many more with deep expertise in the Web who aren’t participating—yet. ...

  • asm.js Speedups Everywhere

    asm.js is an easy-to-optimize subset of JavaScript. It runs in all browsers without plugins, and is a good target for porting C/C++ codebases such as game engines – which have in fact been the biggest adopters of this approach, for example Unity 3D and Unreal Engine. Obviously, developers porting games ...

  • Firefox Developer Edition 38: 64-bits and more

    In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Firefox, we unveiled Firefox Developer Edition, the first browser created specifically for developers. At that time, we also announced plans to ship a 64-bit version of Firefox. Today we’re happy to announce the next phase of that plan: 64-bit builds for Firefox Developer ...

  • Birdsongs, Musique Concrète, and the Web Audio API

    In January 2015, my friend and collaborator Brian Belet and I presented Oiseaux de Même — an audio soundscape app created from recordings of birds — at the first Web Audio Conference. In this post I’d like to describe my experience of implementing this app using the Web Audio API, ...

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