Web Developers Articles
A practitioner’s perspective on A-Frame: —Interview with Roland Dubois
In this conversation, we chat with Roland Dubois, a Virtuleap finalist and founding designer at studio.zeldman. Roland is the creator of gravr.io, a cloud service that allows you to create a VR profile and ‘avatar’ and synchronize your VR preferences and pre-sets. Gravr.io is built with A-Frame.
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.
Announcing the Developer Roadshow Series
We’re bringing Mozilla’s Developer Roadshow to a city near you! Join us for a meetup-style, Mozilla-focused event series for people who build the Web. Hear from expert speakers highlighting the latest and best in Mozilla and Firefox technologies. See you on the road!
Level Up Your Cross-Browser Testing
Today we’re announcing a special opportunity for web developers to learn how to build and automate functional browser tests — we’ve partnered with Sauce Labs to offer a special extended trial of their excellent tools, and we’ve created a custom learning resource as part of this trial. 2016: The year of web compat In 2016 […]
A Web for Everyone: Interviews with Web Practitioners — Fyrd
In recent posts, we’ve explained why it’s important to make the web work for everyone. We’ve spoken with several top web developers about how they do that. And in between, we’ve shown how browser makers can advance compatibility by adopting living standards. Today we’ll show how a single individual can dramatically improve the tooling space, […]
A Web for Everyone: Interviews with Web Practitioners — David Walsh
Vaulting Out of Walled Gardens with Fancy Links
Have you ever noticed that in Twitter, Facebook, Google and Pinterest some links are displayed quite fancily, with preview images, descriptive text summaries and other information? These links are fancy because of metadata in the source code of the web page itself, implemented specifically for the rich display of links inside each of these companies’ […]
A Web for Everyone: Interviews with Web Practitioners — Belén Albeza
For the third interview in our cross-browser compatibility series we talk with Belén Albeza (@ladybenko). Belén is an engineer and a game developer who works on developer relations at Mozilla. She is the author of several books about web development, including “Power-up Your Front-End Development with Grunt” and “XHTML + CSS ¡de una maldita vez!” […]
A Web for Everyone: Interviews with Web Practitioners — Chris Coyier
This is the second in a series of interviews about web compatibility with web practitioners. This week we caught up with Chris Coyier (@chriscoyier), prolific web developer and writer behind CSS-Tricks, Digging Into WordPress, and the ShopTalk Show. Chris is one of the founders of the code-snippet demo site CodePen. He recently published a book […]