Last month, Mozilla announced the Tablet Contribution Program to help deliver Firefox OS to the tablet form factor. Today, we are excited to open the Application for Hardware Support to Mozillians all over the world who will sign up to contribute to Firefox OS coding, testing, localizing, and product planning.Read more
In 2013, Mozilla and our partners launched Firefox OS in fourteen markets. We released three Firefox OS smartphone models and a Geeksphone developer preview device. Our Developer Relations team hosted eight invite-only workshops for app developers around the world: Mountain View, London, Madrid, Bogota, Warsaw, Porto Alegre, Guadalajara, and Budapest. Read more
We are releasing Opera Developer 21 today.
This developer release got somewhat delayed due to unforeseen problems. However, we are back on track and eager to show off the new version.
The main highlight is integration of Aura on Windows. Aura is a hardware-accelerated rendering of the browser, including the user-interface. This enables less-taxing UI animations and a general sleeker and more responsive feel to the whole UI.Read more
Update: In addition to the Cordova integration described below, Mozilla has announced that Firefox OS will be supported in the next release of Adobe PhoneGap, in early March.Read more
This is a guest post by Sourav Lahoti and his thoughts about Ember.js
Developers increasingly turn to client-side frameworks to simplify development, and there’s a big need for good ones in this area. We see a lot of players in this field, but for lots of functionality and moving parts, very few stand out in particular — Ember.js is one of them.Read more
Sass and Less are expressive languages that compile into CSS. If you’re using Sass or Less to generate your CSS, you might want to debug the source that you authored and not the generated CSS. Luckily you can now do this in the Firefox 29 developer tools using source maps.Read more
Hi, here is another update for Opera Next.
The update includes new Chromium, fixes for Net Installer and other bug fixes that could be more or less described as a stabilization of the browser. We also updated and fixed various translations issues and missing strings. Have fun testingRead more
Notice something different about reCAPTCHA today? You guessed it; those tricky puzzles are now warm and fuzzy just in time for Valentine’s Day. Today across the U.S., we're sharing CAPTCHAs that spread the message of love.
Your site’s news feed or pinboard might use infinite scroll—much to your users’ delight! When it comes to delighting Googlebot, however, that can be another story. With infinite scroll, crawlers cannot always emulate manual user behavior--like scrolling or clicking a button to load more items--so they don't always access all individual items in the feed or gallery. If crawlers can’t access your content, it’s unlikely to surface in search results.
A stability update to Opera 19 was just released.
Chromium is now updated to version 32.0.1700.107.Read more
Web apps have had offline capabilities like saving large data sets and binary files for some time. You can even do things like cache MP3 files. Browser technology can store data offline and plenty of it. The problem, though, is that the technology choices for how you do this are fragmented.Read more
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS14-010 - CriticalRead more
Firefox 29 was just uplifted to the Aurora release channel. This means that it is time to report some of the major changes that you can expect to see inside of the Developer Tools for this release.Read more