Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) is available worldwide in 95 languages for download today. We will begin automatically updating Windows 7 customers to IE11 in the weeks ahead, starting today with customers running the IE11 Developer and Release Previews. With this final release, IE11 brings the same leading standards support--with improved performance, security, privacy, and reliability that consumers enjoy on Windows 8.1—to Windows 7 customers.Read more
Firefox OS applications aren’t just about text: there is no better way to make your app feel alive than adding some videos or audio to it. Let’s explore different ways we can use as developers to enhance our mobile masterpiece.Audio and video HTML tags
Since we are talking about HTML, it makes total sense to think about using the <audio>, and <video> tag to play those media in your Firefox OS app. If you want to add a video in your application, just use this code.Read more
There’s snow in Oslo and rain in Poland, but at least in Warsaw there are people walking around on the building roofs in really eye-catching vests and it makes the life brighter. No photos attached, so you have to imagine it yourself.
We have had a minor version number update on both OS X and Windows since the last release. We now hope to have resolved the few issues introduced by these system updates.
There is also better spelling, off-road issues resolved and new chromium update.
Firefox 27 was just uplifted to the Aurora release channel which means we are back to report on new features in Firefox Developer Tools. Below are just some of the new features, you can also take a look at all bugs resolved in DevTools for this release).JS Debugger: Break on DOM Events Read more
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We have had a minor version number update on both OS X and Windows since the last release. We now hope to have resolved the issues introduced by these system updates.
Before 2010, there were few devices on the Web other than smartphones and desktop/laptop computers. Developers could assume phone users had a small screen, low bandwidth and used a webapp for brief moments. Desktop users were assumed to have a large screen, high bandwidth and spend large amounts of time within an application.Read more
This is part two, out of five, focusing on the built-in Developer Tools in Firefox, their features and where we are now with them. The intention is to show you all the possibilities available, the progress and what we are aiming for.Read more
The definitions of the blockquote and cite elements in the HTML specification have recently been updated. This article explains what the changes mean for developers.
Russian translation: Сite и blockquote: перезагрузкаRead more
The new changelog page could do most of the talking this time. However, I do want to highlight the new Task Manager.
The Task Manager can be found up in the Developer menu. The manager will show all the browser’s processes. Processes can be terminated from the bottom of the manager. The manager will show some information about each process; including their current memory to the left, processor, and network usage to the right.
There have also been some changes on the settings page.Read more
Yesterday we had three extra guys helping out with testing in Desktop. Here is a little summary of their day at Opera:Read more
Monetization is important for any viable platform so developers can benefit from their hard work and to further encourage quality apps. Mozilla teamed up with the ad network, Inneractive, to create a simple library for integrating ads into apps and games specifically for Firefox OS.
This article will go through the process of integrating Inneractive ads in your Firefox OS app.Read more