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  1. How to make a browser app for Firefox OS

    Firefox OS is an operating system built on top of the Firefox web browser engine, which is called Gecko. A browser app on Firefox OS provides a user interface written with HTML5 technology and manages web page browsing using the Browser API. It also manages Read more…

  2. An analytics primer for developers

    There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics – Mark Twain Deciding what to track (all the things) When you are adding analytics to a system you should try to log everything. At some point in the future if you need to Read more…

  3. Ruby support in Firefox Developer Edition 38

    It was a long-time request from East Asian users, especially Japanese users, to have ruby support in the browser. Formerly, because of the lack of native ruby support in Firefox, users had to install add-ons like HTML Ruby to make ruby work. However, in Firefox Read more…

  4. 2014: Mozilla Hacks looks back

    Wherever you live, it’s a season of work holidays, school vacations, year-end blog posts, and lists. The Hacks blog will be back in early January 2015 to continue writing for developers about the products and technologies created by Mozilla and by builders of the Open Read more…

  5. You can’t go wrong watching JavaScript talks

    Late last week, I was collecting suggestions for year-end Hacks blog posts. As she headed out for the winter holidays, apps engineer Soledad Penadés gifted me “a bunch of cool talks I watched this year.” In fact, it’s a curated collection of presentations from JSConf, Read more…

  6. Videos and Firefox OS

    Before HTML5 Those were dark times Harry, dark times – Rubeus Hagrid Before HTML5, displaying video on the Web required browser plugins and Flash. Luckily, Firefox OS supports HTML5 video so we don’t need to support these older formats. Video support on the Web Even Read more…

  7. An easier way of using polyfills

    Polyfills are a fantastic way to enable the use of modern code even while supporting legacy browsers, but currently using polyfills is too hard, so at the FT we’ve built a new service to make it easier. We’d like to invite you to use it, Read more…

  8. Massive: The asm.js Benchmark

    asm.js is a subset of JavaScript that is very easy to optimize. Most often it is generated by a compiler, such as Emscripten, from C or C++ code. The result can run at very high speeds, close to that of the same code compiled natively. Read more…

  9. Matchstick Brings Firefox OS to Your HDTV: Be the First to get a Developer Stick

    The first HDMI streaming stick powered by Firefox OS has arrived. It’s called Matchstick and we’re looking for your help to create apps for this new device. Background Matchstick stems from a group of coders that spent way too much time mired in the guts Read more…

  10. 350 posts on Hacks in 2 years!

    Two years ago, we made a number of changes to the Mozilla Hacks blog. Since then we’ve had over three million unique visitors and 350 quality posts in just less than two years – almost one every second day! Part of these changes included: A Read more…