I'm excited to announce that I've written an article about video game emulation for Mozilla Hacks. While that doesn't sound like a big deal, it actually means a lot to me.
I remember the first day this blog was launched. Since then it has always been a pleasure to read new publications. I think I must have read every single article so far. I love it when a new article is posted because it means an aspect of the web platform will be explained in details.
Mozilla Hacks and HTML5 Rocks are my favourite resources online, both technical and inspirational. Whenever I'm notified of a new post on these, that usually means stop what I'm doing and read it right away!
Just a note about the blogpost. It's basically an expanded version of the talk I gave earlier last month at Reject.JS about fast retro gaming on mobile. I tried to be clear and assumed as little knowledge as possible from the reader.
The writing process was surprisingly easy. I'm working for almost a decade as a freelance writer for texts published in the French edition of some Japanese manga titles. I'm used to have my texts edited/modified/transformed without my consent. Nothing here. The original draft I submitted was almost published as is.
Anyway, I hope you'll enjoy reading it!