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  • Offline strategies come to the Service Worker Cookbook is a compendium of common and uncommon Service Worker use cases including push examples, usage patterns, performance tips and caching strategies. Service Worker Cookbook recipes are presented as playgrounds or labs, with fully functional client-server setups, where you can learn and experiment with results using in-browser developer tools. Still, the cookbook is far from […]

  • An Interview With Giovanny Beltran, js13kgames Winner

    js13kgames, a JavaScript coding competition for HTML5 game developers, announced this year’s winners a few weeks ago. Today we have an interview with Giovanny Beltran, winner of many categories at js13kgames, and one of the best entries in this year’s contest. Giovanny has been programming for 13 years, and began working with JavasScript five years […]

  • A Web for Everyone: Interviews with Web Practitioners — Fyrd

    In recent posts, we’ve explained why it’s important to make the web work for everyone. We’ve spoken with several top web developers about how they do that. And in between, we’ve shown how browser makers can advance compatibility by adopting living standards. Today we’ll show how a single individual can dramatically improve the tooling space, […]

  • Firefox 49 fixes sites designed with WebKit in mind, and more

    Several recent articles on the Hacks blog explain why web developers should care about cross-browser compatibility and how great web developers achieve it. Web developers have a critical role in making the web work for everyone. And so do browser makers. As of today we’re introducing a number of compatibility features to the Gecko rendering […]

  • A Web for Everyone: Interviews with Web Practitioners — David Walsh

    We’ve heard now from Rachel Andrew, Chris Coyier, and Belén Albeza. Each of these great web developers offered ideas for accomplishing cross-browser compatibility. The fourth interviewee in our web-compatibility interview series brings some new tools to the table. David Walsh (@davidwalshblog) taught himself HTML, CSS and JavaScript at a young age, and soon turned those skills […]

  • Introducing debugger.html

    debugger.html is a modern JavaScript debugger from Mozilla, built as a web application with React and Redux. This project was started early this year in an effort to replace the current debugger within the Firefox Developer Tools. Also, we wanted to make a debugger capable of debugging multiple targets and functioning in a standalone mode. […]

  • Vaulting Out of Walled Gardens with Fancy Links

    Have you ever noticed that in Twitter, Facebook, Google and Pinterest some links are displayed quite fancily, with preview images, descriptive text summaries and other information? These links are fancy because of metadata in the source code of the web page itself, implemented specifically for the rich display of links inside each of these companies’ […]

  • A Web for Everyone: Interviews with Web Practitioners — Belén Albeza

    For the third interview in our cross-browser compatibility series we talk with Belén Albeza (@ladybenko). Belén is an engineer and a game developer who works on developer relations at Mozilla. She is the author of several books about web development, including “Power-up Your Front-End Development with Grunt” and “XHTML + CSS ¡de una maldita vez!” […]

  • FlyWeb – Pure Web Cross-Device Interaction

    FlyWeb is an experimental project we’ve been prototyping from within the depths of Mozilla’s platform division.  It started as a side-project late last year, and since then a small, ad-hoc team has been working on implementing a “version zero” of the concept.  We’ve been tinkering for the last 6 months on an implementation, and it’s […]

  • A Web for Everyone: Interviews with Web Practitioners — Chris Coyier

    This is the second in a series of interviews about web compatibility with web practitioners. This week we caught up with Chris Coyier (@chriscoyier), prolific web developer and writer behind CSS-Tricks, Digging Into WordPress, and the ShopTalk Show. Chris is one of the founders of the code-snippet demo site CodePen. He recently published a book […]

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