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  • Progressive Web Games

    Web game developer Andrzej Mazur explores the concept of Progressive Web Games. He describes howe to use PWA features built with Web APIs for modern game development. He introduces the Enclave Phaser Template (EPT) — a free, open sourced mobile boilerplate for HTML5 games that provides many shortcuts for getting ...

  • New in Firefox 61: Developer Edition

    The latest release -- Firefox 61 Developer Edition -- comes with a darker dark theme, more powerful and customizable developer tools, the new Accessibility Inspector, and numerous performance improvements like better CSS stylesheet parsing and improved time to first paint.

  • Debugging Modern Web Applications

    The Firefox Dev Tools team released an upgrade to the debugger’s source map support. It lets you inspect the code that you actually wrote. Combined with the ongoing work to provide first-class JS framework support across all Firefox devtools, these advances boost productivity for web app developers working in frameworks ...

  • Visualizing Your Smart Home Data with the Web of Things

    Today we're mashing up two very different applications to make a cool personal dashboard for investigating all our internet-connected things, and their behavior over time. We can use one of the Web Thing API's superpowers: its flexibility. This adaptability allows us to create a bridge between the Project Things gateway ...

  • Firefox 60 – Modules and More

    Firefox 60 continues the evolution of Quantum. The parallel processing of Quantum CSS comes to Firefox for Android, while WebRender work is ongoing. Potch reports on two security upgrades - support for the Web Authentication API and for the Same-Site attribute for cookies - as well the arrival of ES ...

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