We are excited to announce the Bocoup Gamelab, a new partnership between Bocoup and Atlas Venture to fund new open web games companies. At Bocoup, we feel that the success of HTML5 and the Open Web Platform hinges on crossing over to consumer technology. Our work on Popcorn.js has contributed to this end with consumer […]

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I am very proud to announce that Popcorn.js hit 0.2 today. The Popcorn.js team has been working hard to deliver a stable, documented and unit tested JavaScript toolbelt for working with HTML5 <video>. Popcorn.js 0.2 rethinks Popcorn.js 0.1 as an event system for HTML5 <video> with an API, a plugin system, and strong adherence to […]

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This article describes processes and policies that are no longer in use. It’s preserved in its entirety for historic record only. If you’ve ever been interested in contributing to jQuery, but simply had no idea how to get started, I’ve created the following jQuery Bug Fixing Guide to walk through the steps of fixing bugs […]

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Bocoup, being enormously generous, gave me this week off to work on the open source project Popcorn.js at Mozilla, Toronto. Popcorn.js is sponsored by Web Made Movies, Mozilla’s Open Video Lab, a Mozilla Drumbeat project. Popcorn will allow film makers to do a lot of cool stuff with html5 <video> such as adding credits, subtitles, […]

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Rick and I had a blast this weekend at the jQuery conference. We enjoyed the people, the talks, the typos, and the generally high caliber of developers in the jQuery Community. Our favorite typo was in the program. Rebecca Murphy‘s talk on Object Literals was misprinted as Object Laterals. So I grabbed objectlateral.com, and Rick […]

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