Mozilla Festival 2015 was a productive and dynamic event celebrating the world’s most valuable public resource — the open Web. MozFest is also a gathering place for Mozilla community members from around the world and brings together makers, designers, builders, coders and creative folks to showcase their ideas of how the Web can enable the sort of innovative tinkering you might do (or want to do) in your own garage.
First up Developer Kannan Vijayan showed me FlyWeb, an experiment that enables loading Web content using a peer to peer connection from one smartphone to another:
Also you’ll remember we were excited to work with Panasonic to launch Panasonic VIERA Smart TVs powered by Firefox OS earlier this year. Product Manager Joe Cheng showed me how Firefox OS performs on a smart TV:
Blog Post from Mark Surman, Executive Director, Mozilla Foundation
MozFest 2015: Connecting Leaders and Rallying Communities for the Open Web