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  1. Introducing the Firefox OS Boilerplate App

    When coming to a new platform or context, it’s always good to get a peek at some code and examples how to make things work. With Firefox OS and app development, it’s just the web with a few additions. Before here at Mozilla Hacks, we’ve Read more…

  2. Introducing Web Activities

    One of the more powerful things lately for apps on various mobile phones have been intents. Register your app for handling certain types of actions, or specify in your app what kind of support you are looking for, for the thing you are trying to Read more…

  3. The Web We Lost, Heroku Automates Automation, Why moving elements with translate() is better – Hacks Weekly

    The Web We Lost, Heroku Automates Automation, Why moving elements with translate() is better and more this week from Mozilla’s Developer Engagement Read more…

  4. The Game On Competition – using the web as an open gaming platform

    Interested in creating games? Are you a designer or developer? Then let me tell you more about the Game On competition from Mozilla! What it’s about As I’m sure you know, we at Mozilla say that The web is the platform because we believe that Read more…

  5. Responsive Patterns, automatic jQuery app tester, RESTClient for debugging – Hacks Weekly

    Responsive Patterns, automatic jQuery app tester, RESTCLient for debugging RESTful web services are just some of the things Mozilla’s Developer Engagement team want to recommend to you this Read more…

  6. Firefox OS Simulator 1.0 is here!

    Three weeks back, we introduced the Firefox OS Simulator, a tool that allows web developers to try out their apps in Firefox OS from the comfort of their current Windows/Mac/Linux computers. We’ve seen a number of comments from people who used the Simulator as an Read more…

  7. headtrackr for real-time face tracking, smartphone features you never thought of, HTML5 Forms support + more in Hacks Weekly

    This week Mozilla’s Developer Engagement team suggest reading about headtrackr for real-time face tracking, smartphone features you never thought of using, Web browser support for HTML5 Forms and Read more…

  8. Offline First – better HTML5 User Experience, Prefetching resources, Social Media Sizing Cheat Sheet – Hacks Weekly

    This week Mozilla’s Developer Engagement team suggest reading about Offline First – A better HTML5 User Experience, Prefetching resources, the Ultimate Social Media Sizing Cheat Sheet and Read more…

  9. The World Beyond MVC, Web App Mistakes, Commercial freedom + more – Hacks Weekly

    Talking about The World Beyond MVC, Web App Mistakes, Commercial freedom and more! Here are this week’s link tips from Mozilla’s Developer Engagement Read more…

  10. Hacks Weekly – Open SWF Runtime, WebRTC photobooth, Wikimedia HTML5 Media Player + more

    Some good reading about an Open SWF Runtime Project, WebRTC photobooth, Wikimedia HTML5 Media Player with WebM Support, WebGL/GLSL plasma simulation running on the GPU and more in store for you! Here are this week’s link tips from Mozilla’s Developer Engagement Read more…