• Mozilla project started in 1998 within Netscape• Mozilla Foundation started in 2003• approximately 350 paid staff in 20 countries• ~40% of code contributed by volunteers• Testing community of 60,000+• More than 400 million users• Global browser market share 25~30%Facts
scribd.comconverts PDF and Flash documents to HTML
slideshare.netuses WebSockets for chats and webcasting
mbostock.github.com/d3/D3.js: Canvas and SVG JS library for charting
diagramo.coman HTML5 editor for flowcharts and diagrams
aloha-editor.orgAloha Editor is a browser-based what-you-see-is-what-you-get editor which can beembedded into your own website and can allow a developer to edit a website instantaneouslyin the browser.
helloracer.com/webglWebGL - OpenGL for the web. 3D for the web.
appmator.appspot.comAppmator is a service that takes a web service and packages it up for Google’s web
build.phonegap.comPhonegap is a new service that compiles mobile apps for various platforms in the cloud
mediaqueri.esMedia Queries showcases websites that use media queries to provide users variable-sizedwebsites based on whether they are on a desktop, tablet, or mobile device.
caniuse.comcaniuse.com is a very helpful tool for web developers who need to check browser support forany given html, css, or svg, including both popular desktop browsers as well as leadingsmartphone browsers.
vid.lyvid.ly is a powerful web service which converts videos from various formats to all of theformats that are used in the major browsers. This means vid.ly will serve the right videoformat to the right user, be they on different desktop browsers, or tablets or smart phones.
html5doctor.comhtml5doctor is a great site covering HTML5
diveintohtml5.orgDive Into HTML5 is Mark Pilgrim’s free book on HTML5, available on web. Pilgrim works forGoogle and is a long-time web standards advocate.
html5boilerplate.comhtml5boilerplate gives a web developer a quick way to get started with HTML5
Instruct your device or application toaccompany all network requests with anindication that you do not want to be tracked.Service providers need to react to suchexplicit requests.•First, to all networked devices andapplications•Second, to all types of tracking and•Third, to all purposes of tracking.Do Not Track
Neelie Kroes, the Vice President of the European Commission responsible for the DigitalAgenda for Europe. She told the Online Tracking Protection and Browsers Workshop inBrussels that “we should collectively pay more attention to the emerging ‘do-not-track’technologies,”