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  • In search of the perfect JavaScript framework

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    Krasimir Tsonev
    27 Oct 2014 | 4:00 pm
    Nowadays, in front-end development, we have many frameworks and libraries. Some of them are good, some of them are not. Often we only like a particular concept, module or maybe a certain syntax. The truth is that there is no universal instrument. This article is about the future framework — the framework that does not exist yet. I’ve summarized the pros and cons of some of the available JavaScript frameworks and I dare to dream about the perfect solution. Abstraction is dangerous We all like simple tools. Complexity kills. It makes our work difficult and gives us much steeper learning…
  • Opera redesigns its desktop browser with visually rich bookmarks - Engadget

    OPERA BROWSER NEWS - Google News
    Google Inc.
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:12 am
    tuaw.comOpera redesigns its desktop browser with visually rich bookmarksEngadgetAnd that's definitely a great thing for people who prefer the Opera desktop browser over the aforementioned alternatives from Microsoft, Mozilla, Google and Apple, respectively. Today, Opera 25 is being introduced for Mac and Windows, which features ...Opera debuts a more beautiful bookmarking experience for its Windows and The Next WebOpera still exists, releases Opera 25 redesign to prove ittuaw.comOpera 25 for Windows and Mac released with visual bookmarksTechOne3all 6 news articles »
  • Opera stable update – version 25.0.1614.68

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    Tomasz Dudziec
    30 Oct 2014 | 5:10 am
    Today we’re releasing an update to Opera 25. We have fixed a crash that happened on several sites, and on file upload, and added more IPC security. The window status of Opera should also be better tracked, and should be remembered. In addition, we fixed a crash on Mac, this crash happened when a user was dragging second window back to the main window. Thank you for choosing Opera. Happy browsing ! You can see the full changelog here. Downloads: Opera Stable for Windows Opera Stable offline package for Windows Opera Stable for Mac  
  • HTML5 Specs Finalized, HTML 5.1 & HTML 5.2 Already In Development

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    Vygantas
    30 Oct 2014 | 7:51 am
    15 years since the last update. A very long time ago (December 24th, 1999), the World Wide Web Consortium has published the finalized specs of HTML 4.01 (HTML 4 has been standardised in 1997). Now, 15 years later, the very same organization has finally W3C Recommendation for HTML5, which means it’s a final version. I’m […]
  • Brian: After 10 years

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    Brian
    30 Oct 2014 | 11:29 pm
    Yesterday marks 10 days to the day since I posted my first patch to Bugzilla. It was a small patch to composite SVG images with their background (and not just have a white background). Since then I’ve contributed to Firefox as a volunteer, an intern, a contractor, and, as of 3 years ago tomorrow, a Mozilla Japan employee. It’s still a thrill and privilege to contribute to Firefox. I’m deeply humbled by the giants I work alongside who support me like I was one of their own. In the evening when I’m tired from the day I still often find myself bursting into a spontaneous prayer of thanks…
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  • In search of the perfect JavaScript framework

    Krasimir Tsonev
    27 Oct 2014 | 4:00 pm
    Nowadays, in front-end development, we have many frameworks and libraries. Some of them are good, some of them are not. Often we only like a particular concept, module or maybe a certain syntax. The truth is that there is no universal instrument. This article is about the future framework — the framework that does not exist yet. I’ve summarized the pros and cons of some of the available JavaScript frameworks and I dare to dream about the perfect solution. Abstraction is dangerous We all like simple tools. Complexity kills. It makes our work difficult and gives us much steeper learning…
  • Monster audio-visual demos in a TCP packet

    Mathieu Henri
    16 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    This is a quick post about the talk I had the pleasure to give at JSConf EU 2014 about the demoscene and the web platform. In this post and video, we will explore some little known JavaScript tricks, but more importantly, learn to unlearn and find creative and pragmatic solutions. The demoscene and the web The demoscene is a vast group of creatives producing real-time computer graphics & audio animations, thereby pushing the technical and artistic limits of the platform — any platform, really. Developing such animations involves a lot of tricks and is a great exercise to make the most…
  • Opera 25 released

    Mathias Bynens
    14 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Opera 25 (based on Chromium 38) for Mac and Windows is out! To find out what’s new for consumers, see our Desktop Team blog. Here’s what it means for web developers. The <picture> HTML element Yes, <picture> is now available in Opera (and Chrome) by default! This new HTML element can be wrapped around any good ol’ <img> element to enable art direction, different images types, high-DPI images, changing image sizes, and more. We recommend you read Yoav Weiss’s introduction to native responsive images, or look at Andreas Bovens’s list of responsive image use cases…
  • Opera Mini on your Chromebook for fun and bandwidth

    Vlad Filippov
    13 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Opera Mini running on a Chromebook Opera Mini installing on Chrome OS This summer Google previewed a way to run Android applications on Chromebooks using ARC — App Runtime for Chrome. At this time there are only a handful of applications that work on Chrome OS through official channels. However, there are tools and workarounds that allow users to run their favorite Android applications on Chromebooks. One of the applications that works well on Chrome OS is the Opera Mini browser. It might sound a bit insane at first — why would you want to run a browser inside of a browser? Beside the…
  • CSS: It was twenty years ago today — an interview with Håkon Wium Lie

    Bruce Lawson
    9 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Opera’s CTO Håkon Wium Lie Twenty years ago today, Opera’s CTO Håkon Wium Lie published Cascading HTML style sheets – a proposal. If Paul McCartney were a web developer, and writing ‘Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ today, he would almost certainly write: It was twenty years ago today That Håkon wrote a doc to say That if the Web’s gonna last a while Then we need a way to define style. So may I introduce to you a way to add visual treats: It’s Sergeant Håkon’s Cascading Style Sheets! However, when we went round to Paul’s house to ask him to sing this for us,…
 
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  • Opera redesigns its desktop browser with visually rich bookmarks - Engadget

    Google Inc.
    15 Oct 2014 | 8:12 am
    tuaw.comOpera redesigns its desktop browser with visually rich bookmarksEngadgetAnd that's definitely a great thing for people who prefer the Opera desktop browser over the aforementioned alternatives from Microsoft, Mozilla, Google and Apple, respectively. Today, Opera 25 is being introduced for Mac and Windows, which features ...Opera debuts a more beautiful bookmarking experience for its Windows and The Next WebOpera still exists, releases Opera 25 redesign to prove ittuaw.comOpera 25 for Windows and Mac released with visual bookmarksTechOne3all 6 news articles »
  • Opera Mini Browser to Land on Samsung Gear S Soon - Gigjets

    Google Inc.
    30 Oct 2014 | 7:54 am
    GigjetsOpera Mini Browser to Land on Samsung Gear S SoonGigjetslevitra price at target buy prednisolone 5mg more buying viagra uae amoxil cost description Opera Mini is a popular browser for mobile devices known for the fact that it manages to load websites when when you aren't exactly rich in mobile data.Opera Software swings to lossMarketWatchOpera Mini lands on Gear S pageGadgetall 4 news articles »
  • Opera 25.0.1614.63 FINAL - PC Advisor

    Google Inc.
    16 Oct 2014 | 12:46 am
    BetaNewsOpera 25.0.1614.63 FINALPC AdvisorIt may not enjoy the same level of attention as other heavyweight web browsers, but there's still a lot to like about Opera. Rebooted in June 2013 as a Chromium-based variant, the new Opera's early history was a troubled one, with many long-established ...Opera 25 arrives, finally adds full bookmark support, redesigns Start pageBetaNewsOpera's desktop browser gets a visual overhaul in version 25TechSpotLatest Opera 25 Browser Brings New Visual Bookmarks Feature And More (video)Geeky gadgets (blog)IT News Onlineall 7 news…
  • Safari 8 browser on Yosemite shows major speed boost - CNET

    Google Inc.
    20 Oct 2014 | 7:37 am
    CNETSafari 8 browser on Yosemite shows major speed boostCNETOn the JetStream test, Safari 7 was behind Firefox, Chrome and Opera in June. But now Safari 8 handily outdoes the updated versions of those browsers. Safari 8's score of 162 was better than the 145 for Firefox 33, the 133 for Chrome 38, and the 132 Op-Ed: Opera browser struggles for market shareDigitalJournal.comFirefox Takes on Skype With Browser-Based Video ChatTechnoBuffaloMozilla Firefox News: A New Browser-Based Video Chat Called HelloCrossmapTechWeekEurope UK -Headlines & Global Newsall 27 news articles »
  • Bookmark importing now easier in Opera browser - Ghacks Technology News

    Google Inc.
    7 Oct 2014 | 10:38 am
    Ghacks Technology NewsBookmark importing now easier in Opera browserGhacks Technology NewsIf you are using a recent version of the Opera browser, you may have noticed that it is not that easy to import bookmarks from another web browser or a local bookmarks file. Opera users came up with quite a few workarounds to that issue, from
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  • Opera stable update – version 25.0.1614.68

    Tomasz Dudziec
    30 Oct 2014 | 5:10 am
    Today we’re releasing an update to Opera 25. We have fixed a crash that happened on several sites, and on file upload, and added more IPC security. The window status of Opera should also be better tracked, and should be remembered. In addition, we fixed a crash on Mac, this crash happened when a user was dragging second window back to the main window. Thank you for choosing Opera. Happy browsing ! You can see the full changelog here. Downloads: Opera Stable for Windows Opera Stable offline package for Windows Opera Stable for Mac  
  • Share your bookmarks in Opera beta 26

    Ruarí Ødegaard
    28 Oct 2014 | 6:44 am
    When we released Opera 25, we brought back bookmarks in a new visually-orientated way. With the beta release of Opera 26, we made it easy to share your bookmark collections with friends and family, even if they don’t have Opera. Opera 26 comes with many more new features, including: A built-in print preview Options to import bookmarks and settings from your old browser Updates to better integrate Opera with the latest Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10) Share bookmarks Opera 26 adds a new Share button inside bookmark folders. Click it and you can share the contents of the folder. Have you amassed a…
  • Opera stable updated to 25.0.1614.63

    Mateusz Madej
    27 Oct 2014 | 2:42 am
    Hello! Today we’re updating our Opera stable stream with some of the latest fixes. The biggest change in this version is that we bring back the 32-bit version for MacOS. It also contains a fix for a crash when trying to open a skype connection and other crash fixes along with fixes for minor glitches when using some specific languages in Network Installer. All the fixes can be found here: Full changelog Downloads: Opera Stable for Windows Opera Stable offline package for Windows Opera Stable for Mac
  • Update to Opera developer 26.0.1656.5

    Ruarí Ødegaard
    24 Oct 2014 | 1:30 am
    Today, we released another update to Opera 26 on our development stream. The biggest change is an update to Chromium (39.0.2171.2). On the UI side, there are no major changes. We are applying the finishing touches to move version 26 to the beta stream. This also means that 27 is on its way! The Chromium update may have a knock-on effect for some Linux users who wish to play patent-encumbered HTML5 audio and video (MP3/H.264). If you need some help getting these working, these notes should assist you. Known issue Mac makes unwanted noises when starting to play H.264 videos on Yosemite (this is…
  • Tab preview revisited

    zbeisekov
    23 Oct 2014 | 8:06 am
    It has been a few weeks since we released our new tab-preview functionality. Initially, this feature was created to satisfy the needs of very advanced users, like those of you who read our blog. We would like to revisit how we preview tabs and how the feature is performing. To do so, we are collecting your feedback now that you’ve had some time to test it all out. Please participate in our fully anonymous survey.  
 
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    Web Browser News and Reviews

  • HTML5 Specs Finalized, HTML 5.1 & HTML 5.2 Already In Development

    Vygantas
    30 Oct 2014 | 7:51 am
    15 years since the last update. A very long time ago (December 24th, 1999), the World Wide Web Consortium has published the finalized specs of HTML 4.01 (HTML 4 has been standardised in 1997). Now, 15 years later, the very same organization has finally W3C Recommendation for HTML5, which means it’s a final version. I’m […]
  • Opera 26 Beta Brings Bookmark Sharing

    Vygantas
    29 Oct 2014 | 1:28 pm
    And other features. If more social features is what you’ve been waiting for then smile because this is exactly what you will get with the latest Opera 26 Beta build. Thanks to a new share icon, you can now share your awesome sites with all kinds of people, even if they don’t use Opera. However, […]
  • Firefox OS Coming To Raspberry Pi. Download It Now!

    Vygantas
    29 Oct 2014 | 5:31 am
    But is it worth the investment? In the effort to expand its Firefox OS platform, it looks like Mozilla is looking to ports the very same software to Raspberry PI, a small single board computer that can be bought for as low as $25. According to the open source organization, there will also be a […]
  • Opera Coast Updated To 3.2

    Vygantas
    27 Oct 2014 | 2:36 pm
    If you’ve just bought the recently released iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+ then today is your lucky day as Norwegian browser maker has just released a new Opera Coast update, which now supports both iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+. Also, iOS 8 users will now be able to check the latest news in the notification […]
  • Google Chrome: Make Your Data Even More Secure With A $5.99 FIDO U2F Security Key

    Vygantas
    25 Oct 2014 | 12:57 am
    USB is the only requirement. If you are one of those individuals that are really sensitive about their data then here is a pretty awesome solution from Google. Starting with Google Chrome 38, users will be able to identify themselves with a FIDO U2F Security Key (available for $5.99 or $17.99, whichever you prefer (products […]
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  • Brian: After 10 years

    Brian
    30 Oct 2014 | 11:29 pm
    Yesterday marks 10 days to the day since I posted my first patch to Bugzilla. It was a small patch to composite SVG images with their background (and not just have a white background). Since then I’ve contributed to Firefox as a volunteer, an intern, a contractor, and, as of 3 years ago tomorrow, a Mozilla Japan employee. It’s still a thrill and privilege to contribute to Firefox. I’m deeply humbled by the giants I work alongside who support me like I was one of their own. In the evening when I’m tired from the day I still often find myself bursting into a spontaneous prayer of thanks…
  • Daniel Stenberg: Changing networks on Mac with Firefox

    Daniel Stenberg
    30 Oct 2014 | 2:46 pm
    Not too long ago I blogged about my work to better deal with changing networks while Firefox is running. That job was basically two parts. A) generic code to handle receiving such a network-changed event and then B) a platform specific part that was for Windows that detected such a network change and sent the event Today I’ve landed yet another fix for part B called bug 1079385, which detects network changes for Firefox on Mac OS X. I’ve never programmed anything before on the Mac so this was sort of my christening in this environment. I mean, I’ve written countless of POSIX compliant…
  • Nathan Froyd: porting rr to x86-64

    Nathan Froyd
    30 Oct 2014 | 1:47 pm
    (TL;DR: rr from git can record and replay 64-bit programs.  Try it for yourself!) Over the last several months, I’ve been devoting an ever-increasing amount of my time to making rr able to trace x86-64 programs.  I’ve learned a lot along the way and thought I’d lay out all the major pieces of work that needed to be done to make this happen. Before explaining the major pieces, it will be helpful to define some terms: the host architecture is the architecture that the rr binary itself is compiled for.  The target architecture is the architecture of the binary that rr is tracing. …
  • ieblog: Making it easier for Enterprises to stay up-to-date

    ieblog
    30 Oct 2014 | 9:47 am
    As we shared in May, a top priority for Microsoft is helping customers upgrade and stay up to-date with the latest version of Internet Explorer. Today at TechEd Europe, we are making two announcements to help customers upgrade and stay up-to-date: Starting in November, we are expanding the functionality of the Enterprise Mode Site List for Internet Explorer 11 to include all document modes. We listened to customer feedback, and the list will now give better control over which document mode will be used for remediating Web app compatibility. Customers will be able to force Web apps to render…
  • elvis314: A case of the weekends?

    elvis314
    30 Oct 2014 | 9:29 am
    Case of the Mondays What was famous 15 years ago as a case of the Mondays has manifested itself in Talos.  In fact, I wonder why I get so many regression alerts on Monday as compared to other days.  It is more to a point of we have less noise in our Talos data on weekends. Take for example the test case tresize: *  linux32, * in fact we see this on other platforms as well linux32/linux64/osx10.8/windowsXP Many other tests exhibit this.  What is different about weekends?  Is there just less data points? I do know our volume of tests go down on weekends mostly as a side effect of less…
 
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