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Development Follow 543 Followers Firefox Focus, a Private Web Browser for iOS by David Iffland Follow 4 Followers Posted on Nov 18, 2016 JavaScript Follow 343 Followers WebKit, V8, and Edge Improve JavaScript Implementations by David Iffland Follow 4 Followers Posted on May 19, 2016 Followers Google, Opera Fork WebKit. Samsung Joins Firefox to Push Servo by Abel Avram Follow 7 Followers Posted on Apr 04, 2013
Followers Security Enhancements in Android 4.2.2 by Anand Narayanaswamy Follow 0 Followers Posted on Feb 18, 2013 Followers HP Has Open Sourced webOS’ browser, Isis by Abel Avram Follow 7 Followers Posted on Feb 15, 2012 Followers Google proposes Dart bindings and Multi-VM support to WebKit by Dio Synodinos Follow 3 Followers Posted on Dec 06, 2011 21
Followers Debugging Mobile Web Apps: Weinre and JSConsole Now, Remote WebKit Eventually by Werner Schuster Follow 6 Followers Posted on Jul 31, 2011 Followers WebKit Team Announces SquirrelFish, a Bytecode Based JavaScript Interpreter by Nick Laiacona Follow 0 Followers Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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Followers Mobile HTML 5.0 by Michael Galpin Follow 0 Followers Posted on Dec 29, 2010 In this presentation from Strange Loop 2010, Michael Galpin discusses developing mobile web applications, HTML 5, WebKit, ACID 3, PhoneGap and Appcelerator, Viewports, geolocation, DOM storage, Web Workers, Web Sockets and server-side data pushing, Canvas, CSS 3.0, application cache, the Device API, touch events, video/audio, meta tags, and support for each of these on assorted mobile platforms. 3

Followers Now What? by Dylan Schiemann Follow 4 Followers Posted on Jul 21, 2010 Dylan Schiemann presents the current status of web development engulfed in lots of frameworks, languages, and browsers, advising on choosing the right technologies to secure the future of a web application. 3

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Followers What's New in Two: Adobe AIR 2.0 is Coming Soon! by Jeff Roberts Follow 0 Followers Posted on Feb 03, 2010 Adobe AIR 2.0 is coming, and it contains many highly requested features that application developers have wanted since AIR 1.0 was released nearly two years ago. When Adobe releases the new runtime, it will be automatically downloaded and installed by all of your users. It's important to test now to make sure you're not caught off guard. And, you can get a head start using some of the new features. 1

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