- Mozilla and Opera remove Avast extensions from their add-on stores, what will Google do?
- Dear Mozilla, please stop spamming!
- Google to developers: We take down your extension, because we can
- The Firefox Accounts authentication zoo
- Can Chrome Sync or Firefox Sync be trusted with sensitive data?
- Master password in Firefox or Thunderbird? Do not bother!
- Taking a break from Adblock Plus development
- On Web Extensions shortcomings and their impact on add-on security
- Revisiting permission prompt for Firefox extensions
- Why Mozilla shouldn’t copy Chrome’s permission prompt for extensions
- Adventures porting Easy Passwords to Chrome and back to Firefox
- Mozilla: What constitutes “open source”?
- Using WebExtensions APIs in a “classic” extension
- Missing a rationale for WebExtensions
- Mozilla’s rollout of Yahoo! as default search engine (a.k.a. What’s up with Firefox 34.0.5?)
- Can Mozilla be trusted with privacy?
- A systematic approach to MDN documentation?
- Dumbing down HTML content for AMO
- Using a Firefox extension to work around Selenium WebDriver’s limitations
- New blog
- Google Chrome and pre-installed web apps
- EU MozCamp, theme development, add-on localization with adofex
- XULRunner in large projects, part 4: Localization pitfalls
- XULRunner in large projects, part 3: Bugs, bugs, and more bugs
- XULRunner in large projects, part 2: Why XULRunner isn’t like Java
- XULRunner in large projects, part 1: What is that “XULRunner” thingy, anyway?
- Ah, that wonderful Flash installation experience…
- Atomic orbital viewer with WebGL
- Selecting countries on a map in Firefox 3.5
- Hidden cost of (not) using Venkman
- Avoiding naming conflicts in overlays
- More extension puzzles
- Analyzing huge piles of code
- On the new Ctrl+Tab behavior
- Fake “hg rebase” implementation
- TomTom HOME and add-ons
- What is going on with Internet Explorer?
- Getting application name and icon right with XULRunner
- Mozilla Developer Day: XUL vs. HTML
- Java and Firefox memory usage
- Encouraging innovation
- AMO moving into the right direction
- Firefox security: the real picture