Posts in “Web Standards”

Firefox WebRTC & Chrome WebRTC Interoperability

Robert "Bob" Reyes


Mozilla had just announced a major milestone in WebRTC development called WebRTC RTCPeerConnection interoperability between Firefox and Google Chrome. It was announced at this blog post and there was even a YouTube video produced to show proof of someone from Mozilla calling Google.

For non-geeks, what is WebRTC?
Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) is an API definition being drafted by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to enable browser-to-browser applications for voice calling, video chat and P2P file sharing without plugins.… Read the rest

The Philippines’ Very First Boot to Gecko (B2G) Device

Robert "Bob" Reyes


The Mozilla Philippines Community has just received the Philippines’ very first Boot to Gecko (B2G) device over the weekend. Boot to Gecko (B2G) is created based on the belief of Mozilla that the web can displace proprietary, single-vendor stacks for application development. B2G’s goal is to build a complete, standalone operating system for the open web. Web Developers will find it easy to write applications for B2G, as it is written entirely on HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. As of this… Read the rest

My Two Fave Mozilla Firefox 3.6 Features

Regnard Raquedan


Version 3.6 of Mozilla Firefox is out and it’s quite spiffy! Apart from the performance improvements and security tweaks, there are two sets of features I really like.
First is the official integration of Personas in Mozilla Firefox. It’s the best way to personalize your browser look because there are over 30,000 personas to choose from. Here’s a video to explain better:

The next set of features I really like is more geeky/techie: The improved integration of Web Fonts and… Read the rest