Articles by Florian Scholz
The most powerful aspect of the web is also what makes it so challenging to build for: its universality. When you create a website, you’re writing code that needs to be understood by a plethora of browsers on different devices and operating systems. To allow for browser compatibility data to be accessed programmatically rather than requiring developers to manually search for it, the MDN community is working on migrating the compatibility information currently stored on thousands of wiki pages to a machine-readable JSON format in a GitHub repository.
Over the last year, a couple of new HTML Canvas 2D features were implemented in Firefox and other recent browsers, with the help of the Adobe Web platform team. Over on MDN, the documentation for Canvas 2D got a major update to reflect the current canvas standard and browser implementation status. Let’s have a look […]