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  1. Launching Open Web Apps feedback channels – help us make the web better!

    About three months ago we launched a feedback channel for the Firefox Developer Tools, and since it was a great success, we’re happy announce a new one for Open Web Apps! For Developer Tools, we have, and keep on getting, excellent suggestions at http://mzl.la/devtools, which Read more…

  2. 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…

  3. Developer Tools feedback channels, one week in

    Last week we launched Feedback channels, with the first one out on Developer Tools in Firefox. The feedback channel on UserVoice is the place to go for any ideas or thoughts about the Firefox Developer Tools. Looking at the first week for Developer Tools feedback Read more…

  4. Introducing TranslationTester and localization support for Open Web Apps

    When building Open Web Apps, one important factor is to make your content available to as many possible, and one way to do that is to make it available in more than one language. Therefore we want to make it as easy as possible for Read more…

  5. Launching feedback channels – let us know your ideas for Firefox Developer Tools

    One thing that is vital for us at Mozilla is to listen to developers and users, and care to your needs to make the web a better place. We’re strong believers in constructive communication and discussions, and that’s why I’m happy to announce our latest Read more…

  6. What Mozilla Hacks is

    With the Mozilla moniker, many people believe that the Hacks blog is only about Mozilla products or news. Therefore, I wanted to take the chance to enlighten you and also invite you to be a part of creating content here. What we cover here The Read more…

  7. Holiday gaming competition with Mozilla and Goo Technologies

    The web has come a long way, and especially lately it is amazing what great opportunities this means for game creators. To use open technologies to reach as many users as possible across multiple web browsers and platforms. Looking at what WebGL, Web Audio API, Read more…

  8. Launching developer Q&A on Stack Overflow

    One thing that is very important for us at Mozilla is the need to directly interact with you developers and help you with challenges and issues while developing using open technologies. We are now happy to announce our presence on Stack Overflow! Stack Overflow is Read more…

  9. Firefox OS Workshop August 24th in Porto Alegre, Brazil – sign up now!

    We’re very happy that Firefox OS phones are officially released and we’re working hard on making this an interesting platform for developers using open standardized technologies – HTML5 and JavaScript – to offer great mobile experiences. Organizing workshops As part of helping developers we have Read more…

  10. One more option to follow the Firefox Developer Tools progress

    When we write about the Developer Tools in Firefox here on Mozilla Hacks, there is always a strong interest in the progress and new features. We will definitely continue to do so on a regular basis, but we also have another way for you to Read more…