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My talk at DemoJS.org, a demoscene event in Paris, June 2012....

My talk at DemoJS.org, a demoscene event in Paris, June 2012.

People work together to produce "demos", often visuals with music running on a computer. DemoJS does the same, but with JavaScript. It's a fun way to push the envelop of technologies, in this case Web technologies (as demos run inside a browser).

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    • DemoJS, Paris, June 2012 Demoscene, now available in JavaScript flavor! Tristan NITOT Principal Mozilla Evangelist blog.mozilla.org/beyond-the-code Twitter: @nitotvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Agenda - Who is Mozilla? - A little history of personal computing - The Demoscene matters! - Mozilla’s approach: the Web is the Platform - Firefox for Android and Web APIs - Boot To Gecko - And now?vendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Mozilla is... a global community of people who believe that openness, innovation, and opportunity are key to the continued health of the Internet.vendredi 6 juillet 12
    • We’re known for the Firefox Web Browservendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Mozilla Manifesto (excerpt) - The Internet is a global public resource that must remain open and accessible. - The Internet should enrich the lives of individual human beings. - Individuals security on the Internet is fundamental and cannot be treated as optional. - Individuals must have the ability to shape their own experiences on the Internet.vendredi 6 juillet 12
    • A little history of computingvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • A little history: the 80’s - Apple ][: the ancestor - Amiga, Atari: very cool but ‘’useless’’ machines - IBM PC: professional but boring - Macintosh: very priceyvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • A little history: the 90’s - PC has taken over the market - Windows too - The Web is born yet very basicvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • A little history: the 2000’s - PCs are everywhere - The Web is still not doing great with sound and graphics - Flash is covering up for the Web (but is not the Web) - Cell phones are everywhere - Smartphones are emergingvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • A little history: 2010’s - Smartphones and tablets are taking off - HTML5 brings multimedia to the Web - PCs are more boring than evervendredi 6 juillet 12
    • The Demoscene matters: Spearheading the creativity in computingvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • 2012 is the year when the smartphones will outsell PCsvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Mozilla’s approachvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • «The Web is the Platform»vendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Firefox Mobile For Android - Faster, faster, faster! - Desktop-like: Awesome Screen, add-ons - Flash, DNT - Sync with desktop - Available for Android 2.2+vendredi 6 juillet 12
    • SPEED, baby!vendredi 6 juillet 12
    • The web is the platform - Examples: Facebook, GMail, GMaps, Twitter... - As efficient as native apps - Run on every device that has a modern Web browservendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Taking the Web to the next level 1. Same capabilities as native apps 2. Outside of the browser 3. Distribution systemvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Web APIsvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • WebAPIS Battery Bluetooth Vector Camera graphics Transitions HTML5 SMS Offline Ajax WebGL Video (3D) Vibration Geolocation Telephony Contactsvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Bluetooth Battery Vector Camera graphics Transitions HTML5 SMS Offline Ajax WebGL Video (3D) Vibration Geolocation Telephony Contactsvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Boot To Gecko aka B2G http://www.mozilla.org/b2gvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • What it is? - Open Source mobile OS: Linux Kernel + Gecko + Web Apps - Everything is a web app - First partners: Telefonica and Qualcomm - First goal: Brazil in early 2013vendredi 6 juillet 12
    • B2Gvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • And now? - Use Firefox Beta: mozilla.org/beta - File bugs on bugzilla.mozilla.org - Try our new Developer tools - Use (and contribute?) to the Mozilla Developer Networkvendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Gladius v0.2 - Gladius is a 3D game engine, written entirely in JavaScript, and designed to run in the browser. We leverage existing web technologies whenever possible and where gaps exist in support for games, we develop new solutions. - https://mozillalabs.com/en-US/ gladius/vendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Keep having FUN!vendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Questions & Answers - http://www.mozilla.org/about/manifesto.en.html - https://wiki.mozilla.org/WebAPI - http://www.mozilla.org/b2g/ - http://blog.mozilla.org/beyond-the-code/vendredi 6 juillet 12
    • Thank you! Tristan NITOT Principal Mozilla Evangelist blog.mozilla.org/beyond-the-code Twitter: @nitotvendredi 6 juillet 12