ProgrammingMoonchild Productions is the name under which several Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) projects are published, the most prominent ones being the Pale Moon web browser, the Basilisk web browser and the Unified XUL Platform (UXP).
In this context, the name refers to our community of developers and users working together to bring you these pieces of software in an open and collaborative environment.
For brevity, here are some links to the various projects and resources
managed under the Moonchild Productions umbrella:
- Pale Moon - A community web browser
- Basilisk - A Firefox-alike web browser
- UXP -
the Unified XUL Platform that can be used to build many different kinds
Part of this platform is the fork of Gecko called Goanna. More information about this layout and rendering engine can be found on the dedicated page for Goanna.
Personal ProjectsAside from the community projects, Moonchild has also released several individual applications as personal projects. Some of these include helper applications for Pale Moon like the Pale Moon Backup Tool, the Web Installer (currently discontinued) and various small tools around browser management and release engineering, as well as a few browser extensions (Pale Moon Commander, AdBlock Latitude, etc.) and other unrelated programs like an address book application and RPG dice rolling program.
Individual projects in the past also include privately-released/commissioned programs for clubs and associations and various small tools to improve quality of life in work environments and to help with server administration.
In comparison to the community projects, these are not very significant.