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mozillaclubs - Mozilla Clubs content, issues and projects


A Mozilla Club brings people together locally to explore, participate in and create the open web in an engaging and collaborative way. They are groups that meet regularly and host events or meet-ups where creativity, collaboration, teaching and learning come together with one objective: developing digital skills.There are currently 400+ registered Clubs that span 50+ countries. Mozilla Clubs Captains have the opportunity to join several digital channels that help them connect to each other and share experiences.

Ace - Code Editor in JavaScript


Ace is a standalone code editor written in Javascript. Ace is developed as the primary editor for Cloud9 IDE and the successor of the Mozilla Skywriter project. Ace can be easily embedded into any existing web page. It could provide Syntax highlighting, Auto indentation, key bindings including VI and Emacs modes, Themes, Search and replace and lot more.

Personal Webiste Editor


PWEditor is a professional web development tool, enabling users to efficiently design, develop and maintain websites both online and offline. It includes WYSIWYG html editor, CSS editor, JS editor and text editor. It works with Firefox, Mozilla and IE.

amateras-html-editor - Eclipse plugin for HTML/JSP/XML/JavaScript Editing


Eclipse HTML Editor is an Eclipse plugin for HTML/JSP/XML Editing. It requires JDT and GEF. It has following features.Note: SWT Browser widget (HTMLEditor uses it for preview HTML and JSP) requires Mozilla in the Linux. See details at The SWT FAQ. Also you can disable preview in the preference dialog. Choose [Window]->[Preferences]->[Amateras] and check [Disable Preview]. Then you would be able to use HTMLEditor without Mozilla.

webliteracymap - A collaborative effort, led by Mozilla, to define the skills and competencies required to read, write and participate on the web


Mozilla defines web literacy as the skills and competencies needed for reading, writing and participating on the open web. To chart these skills and competencies, Mozilla work alongside a community of stakeholders to create and sustain the Web Literacy Map. Read more about why Mozilla cares about web literacy in this Webmaker Whitepaper.If you're interested in using the Web Literacy Map with your app, check out this GitHub repo.

publish.webmaker.org - The teach.org publishing service for goggles and thimble


A server to save and publish makes/projects created on Thimble and X-ray Goggles

cssDOC - A Sublime Text plugin that supports CSS documentation search from selections in the editor


cssDOC allows you to view the [Mozilla Developer Network CSS documentation](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/Reference) for the selection in your editor. If your selection matches a CSS entity, the documentation page is opened in your default browser. If cssDOC is not able to identify the selection as a CSS entity, the default browser is opened and the Mozilla Developer Network documentation is searched (using a CSS filter).

bespinclient - The Bespin project is building a web-based code editor using the emerging HTML5 standard


The Bespin project is building a web-based code editor using the emerging HTML5 standard. The editor is easily extensible with JavaScript and can be used in your own applications. (the mozilla/ mirror is READ ONLY, synchronized from mercurial)

TinyMCE - The JavaScript Rich Text editor


TinyMCE is a platform independent web based Javascript HTML WYSIWYG editor control. It has the ability to convert HTML TEXTAREA fields or other HTML elements to editor instances. TinyMCE is very easy to integrate.

SeaMonkey - All-in-one internet application suite


The SeaMonkey project is a community effort to develop the SeaMonkey all-in-one internet application suite. It contains an Internet browser, email & newsgroup client with an included web feed reader, HTML editor, IRC chat and web development tools. Under the hood, SeaMonkey uses much of the same Mozilla source code which powers such successful siblings as Firefox and Thunderbird.

Imhotep CMS


Imhotep is a php professional CMS based on web blocks with a powerfull block html caching publishing system. Default database is mysql. Wysiwyg css and html editor. Image editor. Mozilla and Internet explorer compatible.

Codelobster - Free Portable IDE for PHP/HTML/CSS/JavaScript Development


Codelobster PHP Edition streamlines and simplifies php development process. It provides HTML editor, HTML code inspector, CSS editor, JavaScript editor, PHP editor, PHP debugger and lot more.

web-lit-training - Materials for the Mozilla Foundation's Web Literacy Training Modules


This repo includes three projects for participants in Mozilla's Web Literacy Training to choose from, in order to practice some of the skills learned during the training.Participants can fork this repo and then choose a project template to edit on their forked version.

ICECoder - Web IDE / Browser Code Editor


ICEcoder is a web IDE / browser based code editor, which allows you to develop websites directly within the web browser. It uses the brilliant CodeMirror for code highlighting & editing, with a slick IDE wrapped around it to make the whole thing work. It supports code editing for HTML, CSS, LESS, JavaScript, CoffeeScript, PHP & Ruby.

mozilla-bespinserver


The Bespin project is building a web-based code editor using the emerging HTML5 standard. The editor is easily extensible with JavaScript and can be used in your own applications. (the mozilla/ mirror is READ ONLY, synchronized from mercurial)

FreeTextBox - HTML editor for ASP.NET


FreeTextBox is the most-used HTML editor for ASP.NET. It is compatible with IE on the PC, and Mozilla and Firefox on all platforms. It is used in major Open Source projects such as Community Server and DotNetNuke as well as excellent packages like Smarter Mail.

Visual Studio Code - Code editing. Redefined


Visual Studio Code is a new type of tool that combines the simplicity of a code editor with what developers need for their core edit-build-debug cycle. Code provides comprehensive editing and debugging support, an extensibility model, and lightweight integration with existing tools.

mozilla-club-activity-kraken-the-code - A Mozilla Club activity called Kraken The Code


Learners will use the Internet to solve the mystery of The Kraken, a legendary sea creature, while also learning about search terms, keywords, and how to assess the validity and relevance of web sources.You can view this activity online.