Category Archives: Firefox Hello

Firefox Hello Desktop: Behind the Scenes – UI Showcase

This is the third of some posts I’m writing about how we implement and work on the desktop and standalone parts of Firefox Hello. You can find the previous posts here. The Showcase One of the most useful parts of … Continue reading

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Firefox Hello Desktop: Behind the Scenes – Architecture

This is the second of some posts I’m writing about how we implement and work on the desktop and standalone parts of Firefox Hello. The first post was about our use of Flux and React, this second post is about … Continue reading

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Using eslint alongside the Firefox Hello code base to help productivity

On Firefox Hello, we recently added the eslint linter to be run against the Hello code base. We started of with a minimal set of rules, just enough to get us something running. Now we’re working on enabling more rules. … Continue reading

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Firefox Hello Desktop: Behind the Scenes – Flux and React

This is the first of a few posts that I’m planning regarding discussion about how we implement and work on the desktop and standalone parts of Firefox Hello. We’ve been doing some things in different ways, which we have found … Continue reading

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