Learn how we are handling our Python project dependencies.
Help us make the best Mozilla Firefox of all the times by mid 2017!
Prototyping an app with Kinto and the admin.
Summary and feedback from Fullstack Fest 2016 in Barcelona
My experience using Kinto and Kinto.js to browse jEdit tickets offline
Introducing kinto-admin, a Web UI for managing your Kinto data
Kinto, the project we are working on, can do a bunch of different
things, but it's sometimes hard to see what it is really good at,
and where it would make sense to use other solutions.
A/B testing is a form of statistical hypothesis testing. Its
goal is to identify changes to web pages that increase or
maximize an outcome of interest. Let's see how we can use
Kinto to use this technique on our website.
How to loadtest OAuth APIs, part 2: how to generate Firefox Accounts tokens.
Where we talk about self-hosting, deployment, and decentralization.
What solution can we put together to make Kinto instances discoverable.
Where we answer a set of questions that arised on a Hacker News
This is part 1 of a series on loadtesting oauth APIs explaining how to test the performance of an HTTP API when its access depends on an external OAuth service.
After months of development, we're proud to announce the release of Kinto.js 1.0.0 stable.
This year we are participating to the GNOME Outreachy program with our
Kinto project, in order to make instances discoverable. Please, join in!
How to encrypt data with Kinto.js.
How to ensure data integrity for Kinto users using collection hash signatures.
Notifications are coming to Kinto! Here's the preamble.
Based on Pyramid, Cliquet is a project that allows you to concentrate on
the essentials when building APIs.
Work in progress and upcoming functionality over the coming months.
We just released cliquet 2.0 and Kinto 1.0 !
Where we clarify the vocabulary around permissions and explain what
we plan to implement for our generic data storage solution, Kinto.
Should we build yet another generic storage system? Panorama of some
existing solutions and our use cases.
A quick overview of our work in the first quarter of 2015.
Readinglist, Kinto, Cliquet.
It's spring already, and a good time to tidy-up a bit our minds!
We've been stacking interesting experiences without really sharing them in
writings, so now's the time.
There were a francophone conference about Hawk the past year, and some articles
in English in the Mozilla blog, but sometimes the …