Show your support for Firefox with new badges
If you use Firefox and want to show your support, we've made a collection of badges you can add to your website. Whether you're passionate about Mozilla's mission, or just think Firefox is a kick-ass product, we'd love your help in spreading the word.
Introducing the Dweb
This is the first post in a series about the distributed/decentralized web, introducing projects that cover social communication, online identity, file sharing, new economic models, as well as high-level application platforms. All are decentralized or distributed, minimizing or entirely removing centralized control. You'll meet the people behind these projects, and learn about their values and goals, the technical architectures used, and see basic code examples of using the project or platform.
Mozilla ♥ Rails Girls Summer of Code
Mozilla is working hard to support and advocate for diversity in the tech industry. On that note, we are proud to announce our support and sponsorship of the Rails Girls Summer of Code program, 2016 edition! Rails Girls Summer of Code (RGSoC) is a fellowship program conceived to bring more diversity in tech, and open […]
Google Analytics, Privacy, and Event Tracking
Many of us use Google Analytics (GA) or similar third-party services to keep track of how people interact with our websites; telling us things like when people visit and what they click. This data can help us make important decisions, such as when to schedule maintenance or if a feature can be removed. Because these […]
Implementing Air Mozilla’s Related Events Feature
Editor’s note: It’s not often that we hear from web developers and software engineers at the start their careers here on the Hacks blog. This post is a great reminder of what it’s like. Mozilla participates in Outreachy, and offers internship opportunities to bring women and other under-represented groups into the world of free and […]
Save the Web – Be a Ford-Mozilla Open Web Fellow
This is a critical time in the evolution of the Web. Its core ethos of being free and open is at risk with too little interoperability and threats to privacy, security, and expression from governments throughout the world. To protect the Web, we need more people with technical expertise to get involved at the policy […]
Technical Blogger? Mozillian? Here's a plugin for you to tell us about your work!
One great thing about Mozilla is that we want people to have a voice. Our products give people a voice on the web without being spied on. As a Mozillian, you don’t have to go through various levels of red tape before you are allowed to speak out in public. As Mozilla grows, it becomes […]
Mozilla goes to Washington
Last month, Mozilla Foundation employee Jess Klein was honored by the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy as a Champion of Change for her work with Rockaway Help in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Before the White House event, Mozilla sponsored a Civic Hackers’ Happy Hour in DC at canvas.co. Here’s an excerpt […]
Want to fix the mobile web with us? Please answer some questions we have!
At Mozilla our main reason to be is to keep the web open and free for everybody. We are passionate about the web and love how easy it is to get started as a developer. A few years ago we fought against monoculture on the desktop and won. Now we have the new challenge to […]
WebAPI tech lead: 'We want Web pages to be able to access hardware on your computer, like camera, sensors and haptic feedback'
This time, Tristan Nitot interviews Jonas Sicking, WebAPI tech lead, and discusses how the Web can become a mobile platform, and what this means for Web developers around the word. Tristan – Jonas, Mozilla has shown a very cool new project at the Mobile World Congress, Boot To Gecko, and said “the Web is the […]