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  1. NFC in Firefox OS

    Firefox OS is being developed in an open collaboration with Mozilla’s partners and community. In that spirit, and over the course of over a year, Mozilla and Deutsche Telekom (DT) teams worked closely together to develop a platform-level support for NFC within Firefox OS. During Read more…

  2. Creating a mobile app from a simple HTML site

    This article is a simple tutorial designed to teach you some fundamental skills for creating cross platform web applications. You will build a sample School Plan app, which will provide a dynamic “app-like” experience across many different platforms and work offline. It will use Apache Read more…

  3. getUserMedia is ready to roll!

    We blogged about some of our WebRTC efforts back in April. Today we have an exciting update for you on that front: getUserMedia has landed on mozilla-central! This means you will be able to use the API on the latest Nightly versions of Firefox, and Read more…

  4. WDC2011: Tomorrow's Web (and Future Technologies)

    Last Friday I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the Web Developer Conference in Bristol. This was the fifth conference in the event’s history and was attended by well over 200 Web designers and developers from across the UK. In my talk I Read more…

  5. More details about the WebAPI effort

    As we’ve hoped, there has been a lot of interest in the newly announced WebAPI effort. So I figured that I should explain in more detail some of my thinking around what we’re hoping to do and the challenges that are ahead of us. Goal Read more…

  6. Introducing WebAPI

    Mozilla would like to introduce WebAPI with the goal to provide a basic HTML5 phone experience within 3 to 6 Read more…

  7. Announcing Boot to Gecko (B2G) – Booting to the Web

    Mozilla recently announced the Boot to Gecko (B2G) Project which is a project towards the goal of building a complete, standalone operating system for the open Read more…

  8. audio data API – audio generation demo

  9. HTML5 adoption stories: box.net and html5 drag and drop

    This is a guest post from Tomas Barreto, a developer who works at box.net. They recently adopted HTML5 drag and drop as a way to share files with other people using new features in Firefox. The included video is a pitch for the feature and Read more…

  10. Beyond HTML5: experiments with interactive audio