The Firefox Developer Network (DFN) is the first-ever development goal to be added to the Firefox OS platform.
It is meant to help users in a wide range of industries get started in a development environment, with a goal of delivering a fully-featured development environment in a reasonable time.
With the introduction of the new DNF, Mozilla has also introduced a new version of the Firefox Developer Platform to Firefox OS: FirefoxOS.
This is a great first step towards helping developers in their efforts to build their projects on FirefoxOS, and we encourage developers to get familiar with this new platform as quickly as possible.
For more information about the DNF and what it can do, check out our article on the DPN.
To help developers get started, we’ve put together a list of the key features and benefits of the DNR, and some quick tips for getting started with the DN.
You can also watch a short video about the project by developer Aaron Leong, who is helping build the DNN.
If you want to learn more about the FirefoxOS Development Community, check the FirefoxDevTools page.
We also have a short guide on how to contribute to the DNP.
If you are looking to develop an application that will work with the new FirefoxOS Developer Platform, check this out.
For more information, check our list of new DPN features and the FAQ for the DnP.
We hope you enjoyed this guide.
We’ve just released a new set of guidelines to help you build your own network with the Mozilla Developer Network.
We’ve put them in place to help organizations and companies quickly get started on their network development goals.
The following guidelines are in line with Mozilla’s goal to make the DNI the first platform on which users can build their own network, with the goal of providing a fully functional, flexible, and easy-to-use development environment for a wide array of developers.
This goal also aligns with Mozilla CEO Mitchell Baker’s goal of enabling “a more robust ecosystem of open standards”.
For more guidance, check here for a complete list of all the new guidelines.
If there’s anything you’d like to add to this list, let us know.