Today we are launching our first annual MDN Developer & Designer Needs Survey. Web developers and designers, we urge you to participate! This is your opportunity to tell us about your needs and frustrations with the web. Your participation will influence how browser vendors like Mozilla, Google, Microsoft, and Samsung prioritize feature development.
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What does it mean to “own” an open-source project? With the browser-compat-data project (“BCD”), the MDN (Mozilla Developer Network) community and I recently had the opportunity to find out.
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Here’s a wonderful post by Nicolas Chevobbe on what the Firefox DevTools team was up to last year. What strikes me is how many improvements they shipped — from big visual design improvements to tiny usability fixes that help us make sure our code works as we expect it to in the console.
There are lots of interesting hints here about the future of Firefox DevTools, too. For example, tighter integrations with MDN and, as Nicolas mentions in that post, … Read article
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MDN wraps up a year of hard work by shipping monthly MDN payments, converting from Font Awesome to SVG, adding
browser names to compatibility tables, and growing the development team. Thanks to every one of the contributors who’ve helped us make MDN Web Docs better than ever in 2018.
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This month’s changelog, from the hard-working engineering team that builds and maintains the MDN Web Docs site, covers performance improvements and experiments, infrastructure updates, as well as countless tweaks and fixes to make your MDN experience better and better.
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Changes and updates to the code, data, and tools that support MDN Web Docs. In September, the team launched MDN payments, improved MDN’s accessibility resources, and removed 15% of KumaScript macros. The team also shipped tweaks and fixes by merging 379 pull requests, including 66 pull requests from 38 new contributors.
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MDN’s user base has grown exponentially in the last few years, so we are seeking support from our users to help accelerate content and platform development.
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