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  1. Rormix – Discover Emerging Music Videos with Firefox OS

    Rormix is a platform for discovering emerging music videos. Music videos are tagged by genre and similar commercial artists, making it easy to discover new music videos. The Rormix app was made using PhoneGap and released on iOS and Android. Development took just over a Read more…

  2. It’s a wrap! “App Basics for FirefoxOS” is out and ready to get you started

    A week ago we announced a series of video tutorials around creating HTML5 apps for Firefox OS. Now we released all the videos and you can watch the series in one go. Photo by Olliver Hallmann The series is aimed at web developers who want Read more…

  3. Flambe Provides Support For Firefox OS

    Flambe is a performant cross-platform open source game engine based on the Haxe programming language. Games are compiled to HTML5 or Flash and can be optimized for desktop or mobile browsers. The HTML5 Renderer uses WebGL, but provides fallback to the Canvas tag and functions Read more…

  4. App basics for Firefox OS – a screencast series to get you started

    Over the next few days we’ll release a series of screencasts explaining how to start your first Open Web App and develop for Firefox OS. Each of the screencasts is terse enough to watch in a short break and the whole series should not take Read more…

  5. Custom Elements for Custom Applications – Web Components with Mozilla’s Brick and X-Tag

    In this article, we will explore the use of Mozilla’s Brick and X-Tag libraries. First we’ll use Brick to rapidly prototype a simple application. Then, we’ll build a custom web component using X-Tag. The Technology Brick: Curated Web Components Brick is a set of modular, Read more…

  6. The Making of the Time Out Firefox OS app

    A rash start into adventure So we told our client that yes, of course, we would do their Firefox OS app. We didn’t know much about FFOS at the time. But, hey, we had just completed refactoring their native iOS and Android apps. Web applications Read more…

  7. Wanted: Awesome HTML5 app ports for Firefox OS & the Open Web

    A bit of background 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, Read more…

  8. Building Cordova apps for Firefox OS

    Update: In addition to the Cordova integration described below, Firefox OS is now supported in the 3.4 release of Adobe PhoneGap. If you’re already building apps with PhoneGap, you can quickly and easily port your existing apps to Firefox OS. We think this is so Read more…

  9. HTML5, CSS3, and the Bookmarklet that Shook the Web

    On Valentine’s Day last year we released a bookmarklet that went viral riding the popularity of the Harlem Shake meme. On the anniversary of its release we’d like to take a moment look back at the technical nuts and bolts of the bookmarklet as a Read more…

  10. localForage: Offline Storage, Improved

    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 Read more…