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Implementing form filling and accessibility in the Firefox PDF viewer
Last year, during lockdown, many discovered the importance of PDF forms when having to deal remotely with administrations and large organizations like banks. Firefox supported displaying PDF forms, but it didn’t support filling them: users had to print them, fill them by hand, and scan them back to digital form. We decided it was time to reinvest in the PDF viewer (PDF.js) and support filling PDF forms within Firefox to make our users' lives easier.
Pyodide Spin Out and 0.17 Release
We are happy to announce that Pyodide has become an independent and community-driven project. We are also pleased to announce the 0.17 release for Pyodide with many new features and improvements. Pyodide consists of the CPython 3.8 interpreter compiled to WebAssembly which allows Python to run in the browser.
js13kGames 2020: A lean coding challenge with WebXR and Web Monetization
Announcing the return of the annual month-long competition for HTML5 game developers. For js13kGames contestants, the file size limit for all entries is set to 13 kilobytes of code. That's what makes this a code golf challenge. In addition to great prizes across a host of categories, including WebXR and Web Monetization, expert game reviewers provide valuable feedback on all submissions.
From js13kGames to MozFest Arcade: A game dev Web Monetization story
This is a case study in the making: how js13kGames, an online “code golf” competition for web game developers, tried out Web Monetization this year. And ended up at the Mozilla Festival, happening this week in London, demoing dozens of interesting web-monetized games. You can check out the MozFest Arcade online as well.
The Power of Web Components
Web Components comprises a set of standards that enable user-defined HTML elements. These elements can go in all the same places as traditional HTML. Despite the long standardization process, the emerging promise of Web Components puts more power in the hands of developers and creators.
Hack on MDN: Better accessibility for MDN Web Docs
Making websites accessible to a wide range of users is a vital topic for creators on the web. Over a long weekend in late September, more than twenty people met in London to work on accessibility on the MDN Web Docs website — both the content about accessibility and the accessibility of the site itself. The result was a considerable refresh and new opportunities to continue the projects begun.
Progressive Web Games
Web game developer Andrzej Mazur explores the concept of Progressive Web Games. He describes howe to use PWA features built with Web APIs for modern game development. He introduces the Enclave Phaser Template (EPT) — a free, open sourced mobile boilerplate for HTML5 games that provides many shortcuts for getting started.
DASH playback of AV1 video in Firefox
Bitmovin and Mozilla, both members of the Alliance for Open Media (AOM), are partnering to bring AV1 playback with HTML5 to Firefox as the first browser to play AV1 MPEG-DASH/HLS streams. To make playback possible while the AV1 bitstream is still being finalized, we just need to ensure that the encoder and decoder use the same version of the bitstream. Bitmovin and Mozilla agreed on a simple, but for the time being useful, codec string, to ensure compatibility - check out the playback demo to see for yourself.
Life After Flash: Multimedia for the Open Web
Part II: Flash delivered video, animation, interactive sites and, yes, ads to billions of users for more than a decade, but now it’s going away. Here's a compilation of resources that looks ahead at the open web technologies that have emerged to make web video, animation, and game development more performant and engaging than ever!
Flash, In Memoriam
Part I of a two-part reflection on digital multimedia, yesterday and today: Macromedia launched Flash 1.0 in 1996 with the grand vision of a single multimedia platform that would work flawlessly in any browser or any computer. In its day, Flash triggered a wave of creativity and inspired millions of people around the world to create digital media for the web. At one time, 75% of all video content on the web was delivered via the Flash player.