Articles by Ali Spivak
View Source 5 comes to Amsterdam
Mozilla’s View Source Conference is back! This year we're in Amsterdam, September 30 – October 1, 2019. Tickets are available now. We’ve shifted our focus to take a deeper look at the web platform and how it is evolving and to offer attendees access to the folks who are shaping today's web and the web of the future.
A New Way to Support MDN
MDN’s user base has grown exponentially in the last few years, so we are seeking support from our users to help accelerate content and platform development.
Introducing the MDN Product Advisory Board: actions and impressions from our first meeting
A report from the first in-person meeting of the MDN Product Advisory Board (PAB) held earlier this month. The goal of the MDN Product Advisory Board is to provide guidance that helps MDN be the best reference for web developers. In 2018, MDN users can look forward to a renewed focus on interactive samples and ongoing work around the MDN compatibility data project. Want to get more involved?
Simplifying Firefox Release Channels and Improving Developer Edition’s Stability
Streamlining our release process and quickly getting stable new features to users and developers is a priority for Firefox. Taking a close critical look at our release channels, it became clear that Aurora was not meeting our expectations as a first stabilization channel. Starting on April 18, the Firefox Aurora channel will stop updating, and […]
A new CSS Grid demo on mozilla.org
With CSS Grid shipping across browsers this spring (already in Firefox 52 and Chrome 57; Safari, and hopefully Edge, soon to follow) some of Mozilla's in-house designers and developers decided to experiment with the technology on mozilla.org. The result is a live demo site that shows CSS Grid features and provides links to our favorite resources.
Make the Web Work For Everyone
Updated 2016/07/22: Commenters found a few data errors (thanks!) which have now been corrected. Millions of websites have compatibility problems on one or more of the major browsers, leading to a poor user experience. The web developer community can fix this. The web has changed immensely in the past 20 years. In 1996 there were […]