@mozilla

Mozilla

This technology could fall into the right hands.

Loading…

JavaScript 0 1

node-webmaker-butler

Serving Webmaker node apps without making a mess

Updated

JavaScript 2 1

up-jelly

User Profile dashboard

Updated

Python 9 2

mozilla-pootle-extras

Repo for additional patches in verbatim

Updated

libadb

a shared library implementation of the Android Debug Bridge (ADB)

Updated

badgeopolis

prototyping on badge dashboards, discovery and sharing

Updated

JavaScript 7 2

marketplay

exploit Marketplace API docs and do some useful stuff.

Updated

Python 8 0

stillis

Is your whois record still what it last was?

Updated

JavaScript 20 7

spade

Automated scraping markup+CSS from a list of relevant URLs, using a variety of user-agent strings. Provides reporting on usage of CSS properties and apparent user-agent sniffing.

Updated

Python 5 2

minion-ssl-plugin

Minion SSL/TLS Plugin

Updated

JavaScript 5 2

blushproof

A Firefox addon to make private browsing mode more usable.

Updated

JavaScript 1 0

example-search-addon

Example add-on which safely changes search engine defaults

Updated

JavaScript 0 0

ceci-bower

Bower package for the stable branch of Ceci

Updated

Python 5 2

minion-skipfish-plugin

Minion Skipfish Plugin

Updated

Python 1 1

minion-breach-plugin

This is a Minion plugin for determining whether a site is vulnerable to BREACH.

Updated

JavaScript 30 10

webrtc

Updated

Python 20 19

socorro-crashstats

[inactive] crash-stats.m.o web UI using playdoh (Mozilla's django-based framework)

Updated

badger-sett

A places for all the badgers to live.

Updated

JavaScript 2 1,016

etherpad-lite

forked from ether/etherpad-lite

An Etherpad based on node.js - Our goal is to make collaborative editing the standard on the web

Updated

JavaScript 31 11

SocialShare

Protect users' privacy - share user data only when people are ready to share.

Updated

JavaScript 7 7

peptest

forked from ahal/peptest

A test harness geared towards making sure Firefox feels responsive (or peppy) to the user, even with computationally intensive operations in the background.

Updated