Opera’s move from Presto to WebKit
- And then there were three – Robert O’Callahan, Mozilla.
- Strange day for the open web – Daniel Glazman, W3C CSS working group co-chair, Gecko embedder.
- I will miss the Douglas Crockford of browsers – Christian Heilmann, Mozilla.
- Opera switching to WebKit: thoughts and guesses – PPK
- Opera and WebKit: a personal perspective – Bruce Lawson, Opera.
- Another chapter of a long goodbye – Charles McCathieNevile, Yandex (formerly Opera)
- The future is unevenly superdistributed – how and why content goes beyond its URL.
- Using WebAPIs to make the web layer more capable – an overview of some of the awesome APIs being pioneered by FirefoxOS.
- The real conflict behind <picture> and @srcset – why responsive images are effectively at odds with a quick browser.
- Balancing text for better readability – an Adobe CSS proposal that I’m hoping will become a standard.
- Report on the activity of companies in the WebKit project – interesting to see who’s been involved over time, and how that’s changed.
- Making an accessible dialog box – including setting and trapping focus, and ARIA roles.
- Keeping passwords in source control – a neat way to keep passwords stored securely in a VCS.
- Apple Core Rot – if you look beyond the “this is annoying me in OSX”, a caution on software development generally.
- This guy’s car got stuck at 125mph for an hour
- The ghost who codes: how anonymity is killing your programming career