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The whole web at maximum FPS: How WebRender gets rid of jank – Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
The Firefox Quantum release is getting close. It brings many performance improvements, including the super fast CSS engine that we brought over from Servo. But there’s another big piece of ...
mozilla  graphics  gpu  web  gl  frame  buffer  5* 
february 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Anatomy of a video game - Game development | MDN
I want to be clear that any of the above, or none of them, could be best for your game. The correct decision entirely depends on the trade-offs that you are willing (and unwilling) to make. The concern is mostly with switching to another option. Fortunately, I do not have any experience with this but I have heard it is an excruciating game of Whack-a-Mole.
javascript  mozilla  game  loop  animation  optimization  5* 
january 2018 by ianweatherhogg
HTTP access control (CORS) - HTTP | MDN
A resource makes a cross-origin HTTP request when it requests a resource from a different domain, or port than the one which the first resource itself serves. For example, an HTML page served from http://domain-a.com makes an img src request for http://domain-b.com/image.jpg. Many pages on the web today load resources like CSS stylesheets, images and scripts from separate domains.
cors  4*  mozilla 
march 2017 by ianweatherhogg
Writing WebSocket client applications - Web APIs | MDN
WebSockets is a technology, based on the ws protocol, that makes it possible to establish a continuous full-duplex connection stream between a client and a server.  A typical websocket client would be a user's browser, but the protocol is platform independent.
mozilla  web  socket  4* 
march 2017 by ianweatherhogg
Tutorials | MDN
The links on this page lead to a variety of tutorials and training materials. Whether you are just starting out, learning the basics, or are an old hand at web development, you can find helpful resources here for best practices. These resources are created by forward-thinking companies and web developers who have embraced open standards and best practices for web development and that provide or allow translations, through an open content license such as Creative Commons.
mozilla  tutorial  css  javascript  html  resource  5* 
march 2015 by ianweatherhogg
Web Audio API - Web API Interfaces | MDN
The Web Audio API provides a powerful and versatile system for controlling audio on the Web, allowing developers to choose audio sources, add effects to audio, create audio visualizations, apply spatial effects (such as panning)  and much more.
mozilla  audio  api  web  specification 
september 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Setting HTTP request headers | MDN
HTTP is one of the core technologies behind the Web. In addition to the actual content, some important information is passed with HTTP headers for both HTTP requests and responses.
mozilla  javascript  http  head 
may 2014 by ianweatherhogg
A re-introduction to JavaScript (JS Tutorial) - JavaScript | MDN
Why a re-introduction? Because JavaScript has a reasonable claim to being the world's most misunderstood programming language. While often derided as a toy, beneath its deceptive simplicity lie some powerful language features. 2005 saw the launch of a number of high-profile JavaScript applications, showing that deeper knowledge of this technology is an important skill for any web developer.
mozilla  javascript  helloworld 
january 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Mozilla Labs : TogetherJS
Real time collaboration features for your website or app.
mozilla  javascript  library  remote  work 
january 2014 by ianweatherhogg
CSS developer guide - Web developer guide | MDN
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a stylesheet language used to describe the presentation of a document written in HTML. CSS describes how the structured elements in the document are to be rendered on screen, on paper, in speech, or on other media.
css  mozilla  resource  5* 
january 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Using CSS transitions - Web developer guide | MDN
CSS transitions, which are part of the CSS3 set of specifications, provide a way to control animation speed when changing CSS properties. Instead of having property changes take effect immediately, you can cause the changes in a property to take place over a period of time.
css  three  mozilla 
january 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Using server-sent events - Server-sent events | MDN
Developing a web application that uses server-sent events is quite easy. You'll need a bit of code on the server to stream the events to the web application, but the web application side of things works nearly identically to handling any other type of events.
server  event  sent  mozilla  documentation  stream  processing 
august 2013 by ianweatherhogg
A re-introduction to JavaScript - MDN
Good overview - point by point look at the different aspects
mozilla  javascript  helloworld  3* 
february 2012 by ianweatherhogg
Daniel Bush
Includes nice class hierarchy in ruby -earlier stuff is strong on javascript
blogs  ruby  javascript  emacs  4*  bash  command  mozilla  repl 
may 2011 by ianweatherhogg

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