Obviously, Janet and I are heads-down working on Firefox 4 documentation these days. I thought today would be a good day to share a bit about what’s going on there.
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Now that that’s out of the way, let’s see what I’ve been up to, writing-wise. Having finally battled my way out of a crippling, multi-month writer’s block attack, material has finally started pouring out in quantity again in the last week or so.
- The js-ctypes documentation is now finally complete. I’m not yet totally satisfied with the organization of the material, but it’s got all the facts in place now. I’ve requested a technical review of that documentation.
videoelements is now documented, as are the underlying XPCOM and DOM interfaces.
- The DOM
window.mozPaintCountproperty has been documented.
- I’ve written up the
X-FRAME-OPTIONSHTTP response header.
- Added the new page Securing your site, which provides convenient links to articles about web site security.
That’s some real progress. Lots left to do, of course, but that’s always the case, right?