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Aurora 16 is out — Unprefixing time ! ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog. The Mozilla team continues to be hard at work with some fantastic updates to Firefox. While I haven’t used the browser in a number of years now, it’s great to see some attention still devoted to native developer tools, […]
Everybody hates Firefox updates. We haven’t talked about rapid release cycles in browsers too much lately, and I find that a bit interesting. Personally I switched to Chrome, well, I lost track of how long ago so version numbers have been a thing of the past for me. I understood it when I was seeing […]
Google Chrome Leapfrogs Internet Explorer as the Web's Top Browser. This is kind of amazing. Firefox has been ubiquitous in my surroundings for years now, but we never saw a headline like this as a result. I find this fascinating because when I talk to family and friends and mention Chrome, no one is using […]
Hyphenation arrives in Firefox and Safari | Fontdeck Blog. This is good news.
Slow Performing Add-ons :: Add-ons for Firefox. Firefox has been all over the news lately with the release of Firefox 4, the latest version of what was once my eye-opening favorite browser. Lots of browser talk focuses around performance. Every time a new browser version comes out many of the intro paragraphs for reviews mention “OMG […]
Mythbusting: Why Firefox 4 won’t score 100 on Acid3 — Alexander Limi. Acid3 made waves back when being a standardisa often meant being a bit (too) zealous about validation and the like. It was often used as a solid benchmark for browser compliance, and many times I’ll still see references to a browser’s Acid3 score […]
What’s New in Firebug 1.6. I’ve been using Chrome exclusively for roughly the past six months, before that it was Safari. Needless to say I’m a big WebKit fan. I didn’t become one until moving to OS X, before that I was a die hard Firefox user when I ran Linux. I remember first stumbling […]
Having an effective browser test suite for Web design should be a terribly important part of your process.
I took a week to give Safari 3.1 a fair shot for Web development, here are my results.