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Firefox OS Workshop August 24th in Porto Alegre, Brazil – sign up now!

We’re very happy that Firefox OS phones are officially released and we’re working hard on making this an interesting platform for developers using open standardized technologies – HTML5 and JavaScript – to offer great mobile experiences.

Organizing workshops

As part of helping developers we have organized Firefox OS App Workshops in various locations before – Mountain View, London, Madrid, Bogotá, Warsaw – and now we’re coming to Porto Alegre in Brazil! It will be held August 24th, and is an invite-only event.

The idea with the workshop is to port existing web apps, or create new ones, and make sure they run on Firefox OS. Since apps are built on web technologies, porting should be easy – Open Web Apps are described more in detail in Getting started with Open Web Apps – why and how – and then you can spend time testing a number of the WebAPIs available, to give a richer experience for your app.

Applying to attend

We’re looking for developers with a strong interest in open standards and existing web development skills. If you match any of these, you’re the person/team we’re looking for!

  • Built any HTML5 mobile web site before
  • Have been working with hybrid apps through PhoneGap or similar solutions
  • Built something for webOS
  • or in general have a good experience working with web apps.

We’ll treat you to a great day of hacking and learning, and hands-on help from Mozilla people. The focus is on coding and trying things out, and naturally we’ll offer foods, drinks and such throughout the day.

And, as an extra perk, you get to test your web app on a Firefox OS phone – a Geeksphone Keon – that you get to keep at the end of the day!

So what are you waiting for? Apply now!

When choosing which applicants will be accepted, a strong preference will be given to developers porting existing apps.

And at the end of the day, we hope you will be interested in submitting your app to the Firefox Marketplace, where you can get your app featured, have users find it, sell it you are interested in that and also get a good opportunity to be among the first app creators for a brand new mobile platform.

Getting ready

To be well prepared for the workshop, we recommend that you install the Firefox OS Simulator and browse through our Simulator documentation on MDN on how to use it.

In addition to that, if you want to delve deeper, we have had a lot of articles here on Mozilla Hacks about Firefox OS in which you can find a lot more useful information.

Looking forward to seeing you in Brazil!

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HTML5 in Sao Paulo, Brazil – the bootleg recordings

It is always nice to have the opportunity to get to travel and meet developers in various communities in the world: to understand their context, challenges and interests!

In April I was in South America, and part of that included giving two talks at a MDN Hack Day (well, evening) in Sao Paulo in Brazil. They were filmed with a handcam from front row, but I do believe that the videos with sound, combined with the slides, can prove to be useful for sharing – see them as the bootleg version. 🙂

Besides, I prefer that we share what we have – even though it might be rough – than having a lot of material that never gets out there.

So, I hope you will enjoy these:

HTML5, The Open Web, and what it means for you

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(If you’ve opted in to HTML5 video on YouTube you will get that, otherwise it will fallback to Flash)

Slides


HTML5, The Open Web, and what it means for you – MDN Hack Day, Sao Paulo from Robert Nyman

JavaScript APIs – The Web is the Platform

This talk is similar to the The Web is the Platform presentation at the .toster conference, but a couple of other bits, including a look at Mozilla Collusion.

Video

Slides

JavaScript APIs – The Web is the Platform – MDN Hack Day, Sao Paulo from Robert Nyman

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