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  1. Time to get hacking – Introducing Rec Room

    It’s no secret that the best frameworks and tools are extracted, not created out of thin air. Since launching Firefox OS, Mozilla has been approached by countless app developers and web developers with a simple question: “How do I make apps for Firefox OS?” The Read more…

  2. Building the Firefox browser for Firefox OS

    As soon as the Boot to Gecko (B2G) project was announced in July 2011 I knew it something I wanted to contribute to. I’d already been working on the idea of a browser based OS for a while but it seemed Mozilla had the people, Read more…

  3. Building applications for Firefox OS using AngularJS

    When you start developing for Firefox OS you might be underwhelmed by the tools that are provided. There is no standard UI toolkit, or a JavaScript framework that all apps build on. This is not a situation that’s inherently bad because in essence Firefox OS Read more…

  4. Resources for HTML5 game developers

    Today we released Firefox 31 and it offers a couple of new features that help HTML5 game developers to code and debug sophisticated games. In addition Mozilla blogged about the first commercial games leveraging asm.js, Dungeon Defenders Eternity and Cloud Raiders both of which were Read more…

  5. Adding captions and subtitles to HTML5 video

    This article is also available on MDN. With the introduction of the <video> and <audio> elements to HTML5, we finally have a native way to add video and audio to our websites. We also have a JavaScript API that allows us to interact with this Read more…

  6. Mozilla at conferences – June edition

    Welcome to a quick round-up of what Mozillians have been talking about at events in and around June. Frédéric Harper spoke at Devoxx UK about “Getting the best out of your design with responsive web design“ Robert Nyman spoke at JSCamp Romania about “Five stages Read more…

  7. Introducing the Web Audio Editor in Firefox Developer Tools

    In Firefox 32, the Web Audio Editor joins the Shader Editor and Canvas Debugger in Firefox Developer Tools for debugging media-rich content on the web. When developing HTML5 games or fun synthesizers using web audio, the Web Audio Editor assists in visualizing and modifying all Read more…

  8. Stack Overflow Dashboard – check engagement, metrics and more

    Recently I put together a little Mozilla tags on Stack Overflow dashboard to check the engagement and numbers for the tags we sponsor. I liked the idea and wanted to create a general purpose dashboard for Stack Overflow, and share the feature, code and thinking Read more…

  9. PlayCanvas Goes Open Source

    This is a guest post by Will Eastcott of the PlayCanvas engine. As outlined in What Mozilla Hacks is, we constantly cover interesting information about open source and the Open Web, both from external as well as Mozilla authors, so feel free to share with Read more…

  10. Build Your Next App With a Flame

    Earlier this week, we introduced Flame, the Firefox OS reference device for developers, testers and reviewers from T2Mobile, and announced the opening of the everbuying.com pre-order page. The Flame retails at $170 (USD), global shipping included. Wanted: Engaging apps for Firefox OS If you are Read more…