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    • Facebook 2016 Open-Source Year in Review (Infographic)

      Facebook launched 77 new open-source projects in 2016, yielding 60,000 commits and bringing its total to nearly 400 projects and more than 500,000 followers. Open-source developer advocate Christine Abernathy offered an overview of the social network’s 2016 open-source efforts, as well as the infographic below, in a blog post.

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  • Facebook’s Best Hacks of 2015

    … were: A prototype for Facebook-owned Oculus VR and other virtual reality systems that uses the standard React library to allow developers to write code while wearing VR headsets. Moving optics to the middle of top-of-rack switch boards, making cooling easier, improving signal integrity and reducing power consumption. The rainbow filter…

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  • Facebook Celebrates Successful Year in Open Source

    … Facebook accomplished in 2015: Some of our most widely adopted projects saw additional uptake in 2015. WordPress and Netflix revamped their products with React. Etsy migrated to HHVM this year, and Box announced that our virtual machine would be the exclusive engine serving its PHP codebase. Presto, our interactive querying engine, is used…

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  • Facebook Updates Accessibility Efforts

    … and text size. She added: If you’re interested in accessibility and know the basics of HTML, CSS and JavaScript, you will be able to use this primer. The concepts are easy to understand, and anyone with an interest in web development can take the tutorial. The acronym HIKE by no means encompasses the entire diverse field of accessibility, but our primer…

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  • Facebook’s 2014 Open-Source Highlights

    … 2014 was a big year for open-sourcing at Facebook, and the social network presented its highlights in that sector for the year in the form of a 12 Days of Open Source blog post by head of open-source projects James Pearce. Pearce highlighted: React won a photo-finish over HHVM to become the first Facebook flagship open-source project to reach…

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  • 9.9M Lines Of Code On The Wall … Open-Source Update From Facebook

    … behind React, the Instagram front end, our open-source Android projects, how we run our open-source program, our engineering process, and Open Academy. Today we're also pre-announcing our @Scale 2014 engineering conference, which we'll hold in San Francisco Monday, Sept. 15. On the heels of our popular Mobile @Scale and Data @Scale themed events…

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