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Chrome 36 with Revamped Incognito

by João Paulo Marques on  Jul 23, 2014

Google released Chrome 36 for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android which includes some additions and improvements as well as various bug fixes and performance tweaks.

Breach: Hackable Browser Built on Chromium and Node.js

by James Chesters on  Jul 22, 2014

Stanislas Polu has recently announced the first public Alpha release of Breach, a modular browser built on Chromium and Node.js.

Codio: A Multi-language IDE with Its Own Ubuntu Instance

by Abel Avram on  Jul 08, 2014 7

Codio is a browser-based IDE supporting a large number of languages and including its own Ubuntu instance to test the code.

The Release Process Used by Mozilla for Firefox

by Abel Avram on  Jul 04, 2014 1

This article presents the release process used by Mozilla for their browser.

Chrome Dev Editor: A New JavaScript and Dart IDE

by Abel Avram on  Jun 27, 2014

A Google engineer has made available Chrome Dev Editor (CDE) during Google IO 2014, a new IDE for creating Chrome Apps and web apps for the desktop and mobile devices. CDE supports JavaScript and Dart.

WebIDE: A Web IDE in Firefox

by Abel Avram on  Jun 24, 2014 1

Mozilla has released in the nightly builds an IDE for creating, editing, running and debugging web applications on Firefox OS devices and simulators, planning to extend it to all major browsers on mobile devices.

Google Web Fundamentals and Web Starter Kit

by Abel Avram on  Jun 20, 2014 1

Google has published a number of guidelines and boilerplate code for cross-platform responsive website design.

New Internet Explorer Focuses on Developers

by Jeff Martin on  Jun 17, 2014

A new developer-centric IE has been released, named Internet Explorer Developer Channel. This build provides an early way for developers to test webpages and can be installed side-by-side with IE.

Guidelines for Responsive Website Design

by Abel Avram on  Jun 12, 2014

This article includes several guidelines for creating websites that scale for different screen sizes and form factors.

Updated, Open Sourced Status.IE Site Boosts Multiplatform Web Development

by Jeff Martin on  May 30, 2014

The Status.IE project provides compatibility information for 4 major web browsers, allowing developers to see which features are available based on the browsers they need to support. Microsoft has open-sourced both the code serving the project and the data it offers, making it easy for developers to further their own development projects.

Mixed Reactions Greet Mozilla Plans to Add HTML5 DRM in Firefox

by James Chesters on  May 20, 2014

Mitchell Baker has announced this week that Mozilla is adding Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) to Firefox, joining the ranks of Microsoft, Google, and Apple who have implemented the system in their browsers. The Free Software Foundation has condemned the partnership between Mozilla and Adobe, describing Adobe as being "hostile to the free software movement and to Mozilla's own fundamental ideals."

Apple Speeds Up WebKit’s JS Engine with LLVM JIT

by Abel Avram on  May 16, 2014 3

Apple has improved the speed of Nitro with 35% – Safari’s JavaScript engine – by converting JavaScript into LLVM IR code which is then subject to heavy optimization.

Firefox 29 Brings Improvements in asm.js Performance, New Web API

by James Chesters on  May 13, 2014

Mozilla has released Firefox 29, bringing updates to the user interface as well as improvements in asm.js performance and new web API, including Web Audio API and CSS Flexbox, and a finalised and enabled Gamepad API.

jQuery Stops IE 6 and IE 7 Support in v1.13

by Dennis Wilson on  Apr 17, 2014

jQuery will drop support for Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 7 "somewhere in 2015", jQuery Foundation president Dave Methvin stated on the official jQuery blog last week. This change will go hand in hand with the release of jQuery 1.13. The release 1.12 will be the last one with official support for the named versions of Microsoft's default browser for Windows.

Mobile Usage Report Highlights Trends and Shifts in Mobile Device Use

by Sergio De Simone on  Apr 05, 2014

Mobile analytics firm Flurry has issued a report analyzing time spent on mobile devices by the average US consumer between January and March of 2014. This is the second such report that Flurry issues, allowing for an interesting comparison year to year showing, among other things, that mobile devices are changing the way the web is consumed.

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