Where to go for developer support

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If you're a developer, you'll find what you need on the Mozilla Developer Network (MDN). MDN offers documentation, demos, and a Q&A forum where you can ask questions and interact with other developers.

The following pages are a good place to start if you need help:

Here are just a few of the topics you'll find on MDN:

  1. Open Web-facing technologies:
    • HTML
    • CSS
    • JavaScript
    • Web-facing APIs
    • Graphics
    • APIs / DOM
  2. Firefox OS:
    • Open Web apps
    • Building and installing Firefox OS
    • Contributing to the Firefox OS project
    • Customizing Gaia
  3. The Mozilla platform:
    • Gecko
    • Building and configuring Firefox
    • XUL
    • XPCOM
    • Firefox test channels (Nightly, Developer Edition and Beta)
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