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  1. Videos and Firefox OS

    Before HTML5 Those were dark times Harry, dark times – Rubeus Hagrid Before HTML5, displaying video on the Web required browser plugins and Flash. Luckily, Firefox OS supports HTML5 video so we don’t need to support these older formats. Video support on the Web Even Read more…

  2. An easier way of using polyfills

    Polyfills are a fantastic way to enable the use of modern code even while supporting legacy browsers, but currently using polyfills is too hard, so at the FT we’ve built a new service to make it easier. We’d like to invite you to use it, Read more…

  3. Massive: The asm.js Benchmark

    asm.js is a subset of JavaScript that is very easy to optimize. Most often it is generated by a compiler, such as Emscripten, from C or C++ code. The result can run at very high speeds, close to that of the same code compiled natively. Read more…

  4. Matchstick Brings Firefox OS to Your HDTV: Be the First to get a Developer Stick

    The first HDMI streaming stick powered by Firefox OS has arrived. It’s called Matchstick and we’re looking for your help to create apps for this new device. Background Matchstick stems from a group of coders that spent way too much time mired in the guts Read more…

  5. 350 posts on Hacks in 2 years!

    Two years ago, we made a number of changes to the Mozilla Hacks blog. Since then we’ve had over three million unique visitors and 350 quality posts in just less than two years – almost one every second day! Part of these changes included: A Read more…

  6. Webapplate – Maintainable web app template for Firefox OS and Chrome Apps

    There are many powerful tools and technologies surrounding the Web, and we can reuse them to develop cross platform mobile and desktop apps, especially in light of installable apps appearing on platforms such as Firefox OS. This article looks at the best way to do Read more…

  7. Building Interactive HTML5 Videos

    The HTML5 <video> element makes embedding videos into your site as easy as embedding images. And since all major browsers support <video> since 2011, it’s also the most reliable way to get your moving pictures seen by people. A more recent addition to the HTML5 Read more…

  8. 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…

  9. 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…

  10. 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…