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 team.
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 means.
The picks this week are:
- A $40 photobooth for your event – Powered by WebRTC and MaKey MaKey
- iOS apps hijack Twitter accounts, post false “confessions” of piracy
- What every designer working in a startup needs to know
- With Windows 8, Microsoft has designed its own Web. In it, Google, Mozilla, & others are merely guests.
- Case-study: JAM with Chrome – How we made the audio rock
- “Why the hell does this mouse need to connect to the Internet?”
- The Vanilla Web Diet
- Wikimedia Launches HTML5 Media Player with WebM Support
- Plasmatic Isosurface – WebGL/GLSL plasma simulation running on the GPU
The Developer Engagement team
Mozilla’s Developer Engagement team work with writing articles, documentation – such as MDN (Mozilla Developer Network) – public speaking and generally helping and informing about open technologies and Mozilla products. If you are interested in following our work, here are the team members:
- Christian Heilmann (@codepo8)
- Eric “Sheppy” Shepherd (@sheppy)
- Havi Hoffman (@freshelectrons).
- Janet Swisher (@jmswisher)
- Jean-Yves Perrier (@teoli2003)
- Jeff Griffiths (@canuckistani)
- Joe Stagner (@MisfitGeek)
- John Karahalis (@openjck)
- Rob Hawkes (@robhawkes)
- Robert Nyman (@robertnyman)
- Stormy Peters (@storming)
- Tristan Nitot (@nitot)
About Robert Nyman [Editor emeritus]