The week is closing to an end, and since you are perhaps winding down a little, why not check some reading tips from the Developer Engagement Team at Mozilla?
Weekly links November 17th 2011
If there is anything you think we should read or know about, don’t hesitate to post a comment, contact us on Twitter or through any other mean.
The picks this week are:
In Lynx would not be impressed
I collected a few of the arguments for and against semantics in HTML5 and thought it is time to concentrate on bigger things as there is no “one size fits all: solution any longer.
If you want to read more tips or discuss the web with Christian, he’s available on Twitter as @codepo8.
Eric “Sheppy” Shepherd
web site is a great, easy to use interface to our excellent CSS documentation. Quick, immediate feedback based on regular expression searches makes finding just the right CSS properties and rules super-easy!
If you want to read more tips or discuss the web with Eric, he’s available on Twitter as @sheppy.
. Proposed legislation in the U.S. Congress poses a dangerous threat to social media and freedom of expression online, and has the potential to undermine core Internet infrastructure. Learn more about this disturbing development and how you can help.
Havi can be found on Twitter as @freshelectrons
Web developers: If each of you redesigns the website of your favorite restaurant so it works on mobile and doesn’t suck, the Web will be a better place. Clear menu
provides some examples and inspiration.
If you want to read more tips or discuss the web with Janet, she’s available on Twitter as @jmswisher.
I had a great chat with Laurian Gridinoc this weekend about IxEdit
and his plans to turn it into a Firefox Add-on.
If you want to read more tips or discuss the web with Jeff, he’s available on Twitter as @canuckistani.
– The Rapid Prototyping and Building Framework for HTML5 Apps.
If you want to read more tips or discuss the web with Joe, he’s available on Twitter as @MisfitGeek.
is a library created by Jon Buckley for our Paladin
project that makes supporting different gamepads in the browser as easy as possible.
If you want to read more tips or discuss the web with Rob, he’s available on Twitter as @robhawkes.
Web developers, especially those who read the Mozilla Hacks blog, will understand that teaching kids to understand the Web is essential for the future as a society, hence Mozilla’s Hackasaurus
initiative, explained on TV
by Mitchell Baker.
If you want to read more tips or discuss the web with Tristan, he’s available on Twitter as @nitot.