Articles by Chris Mills
Looking fine with Firefox 89
Never too late for Firefox 88
April is upon us, and we have a most timely release for you — Firefox 88. In this release you will find a bunch of nice CSS additions including :user-valid and :user-invalid support and image-set() support, support for regular expression match indices, removal of FTP protocol support for enhanced security, and more! This blog post […]
A web testing deep dive: The MDN web testing report
For the last couple of years, we've run the MDN Web Developer Needs Assessment (DNA) Report, which aims to highlight the key issues faced by developers building web sites and applications. This has proved to be an invaluable source of data for browser vendors and other organizations to prioritize improvements to the web platform. This year we did a deep dive into web testing, and we are delighted to be able to announce the publication of this follow-on work, available at our insights.developer.mozilla.org site along with our other Web DNA publications.
MDN localization in March — Tier 1 locales unfrozen, and future plans
Since we last talked about MDN localization, a lot of progress has been made. In this post we'll talk you through the unfreezing of Tier 1 locales, and the next steps in our plans to stop displaying non-active and unmaintained locales.
In March, we see Firefox 87
Nearing the end of March now, and we have a new version of Firefox ready to deliver some interesting new features to your door. This month, we've got some rather nice DevTools additions in the form of prefers-color-scheme media query emulation and toggling :target pseudo-classes, some very useful additions to editable DOM elements: the beforeinput event and getTargetRanges() method, and some nice security, privacy, and macOS screenreader support updates.
A Fabulous February Firefox — 86!
Looking into the near distance, we can see the end of February loitering on the horizon, threatening to give way to March at any moment. To keep you engaged until then, we’d like to introduce you to Firefox 86.
MDN localization update, February 2021
In our previous post, An update on MDN Web Docs’ localization strategy, we explained our broad strategy for moving forward with allowing translation edits on MDN again. The MDN localization communities are waiting for news of our progress on unfreezing the top-tier locales, and here we are. In this post we’ll look at where we’ve got to so far in 2021, and what you can expect moving forward.
January brings us Firefox 85
Welcoming Open Web Docs to the MDN family
We’re happy and proud to announce Open Web Docs, to support a community of technical writers around creation and long-term maintenance of web platform technology documentation that is open and inclusive for all.
2020 MDN Web Developer Needs Assessment now available
The 2020 MDN Web Developer Needs Assessment (DNA) report is now available! This post takes you through what we’ve accomplished in 2020 based on the findings in the inaugural report, key takeaways of the 2020 survey, and what our next steps are as a result.