We spent 2.5 years in production with the team at Joylabz leading up to the Kickstarter product launch in May 2019. We developed the architecture, deployment pipeline and lead the engineering implementation for this embedded web browser based Scratch 3.0 video game console. Now that the Kickstarter has launched, we are working on the manufacturing pipeline and some exciting yet-to-be-announced add-ons for the product!Learn more
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Extending Scratch 3.0, the visual programming language, to use sensor data from educational science hardware.
Scratch 3.0 Official Extension for Vernier’s Go Direct Sensors | Vernier
Bocoup worked with Vernier, the science classroom sensor technology company, and Lifelong Kindergarten (“LLK”), the research group at MIT behind Scratch, to write an official Scratch 3.0 extension for Venier’s Bluetooth Low Energy physics sensors.Learn more
Ensuring Correctness of W3C Accessibility Examples | Facebook
Fieldset Interoperability | Mozilla
Making an ancient and stubborn HTML feature work interoperably across browser engines through spec patches, browser bugs and shared tests.Learn more
Web Platform Tests Integration with WebKit | WebKit
Web Platform Test Running | Google
Improving Scratch 3 Performance | MIT
We worked with the Life Long Kindergarten group at MIT to improve low power device performance for the next version of scratch.Learn more
Test262 Integration with WebKit | WebKit
Web Navigation Compatibility | Mozilla
Mozilla's Firefox rendering team engaged us to search for incompatibilities between browsers and the HTML Navigation specification. We uncovered numerous bugs, including a rare one that affected all browsers.Learn more
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Today, MDN announced their first-ever needs assessment survey for web developers and designers. The survey takes about 20 minutes and asks a variety of questions aimed at understanding the joys, frustrations, needs and wants of everyday web-makers. Mozilla have committed to making the results of the survey public later this year, and the survey itself […]Continue Reading
Inconsistencies across browser implementations have caused web authors and users headaches since the dawn of time (or at least Jan 1, 1970), but nowhere has that pain been felt more acutely than in the realm of language and regional internationalization and localization. We have an inclusion gap on the web. Web authoring tools structurally exclude […]Continue Reading
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