Category: Browsers

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Understanding the ECMAScript spec, part 4

Source: V8

Category: Browsers

Published: 20/05/2020 07:11

Up to 4GB of memory in WebAssembly

Source: V8

Category: Browsers

Published: 20/05/2020 07:11

V8 release v8.3

Source: V8

Category: Browsers

Published: 20/05/2020 07:11

What’s in that `.wasm`? Introducing: `wasm-decompile`

Source: V8

Category: Browsers

Published: 20/05/2020 07:11

Search Preference Menus: Google Auction Ignores Screen Size and Scrolling

New data showing that restricting the number of search engine options in search preference menus is unnecessary and harmful to competition.

Source: DuckDuckGo Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 20/05/2020 05:11

Everything new from Microsoft Edge at Build 2020

Microsoft Build 2020 can be defined by a set of ‘firsts’—it’s the first Build of the new decade, the first Build that’s all-digital for 24 hours a day, and the first Build since the new Microsoft Edge launched! We’re learning a lot as we deliver Buil...

Source: Microsoft Edge Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 19/05/2020 15:00

A safer and more private browsing experience with Secure DNS

Source: Chromium Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 19/05/2020 09:00

New in Chrome 83

New in Chrome 83 Chrome 83 is starting to roll out to stable now. <iframe class="devsite-embedded-youtube-video" data-video-id="RsMikJZhnSQ" data-autohide="1" data-showinfo="0" frameborder="0" allowfullscr...

Source: Updates

Category: Browsers

Published: 19/05/2020 00:00

AMP Camp: Using templates in the client and the server

Overview Welcome to the latest in our series of posts about AMP Camp, our demo that shows how to create an interactive site with AMP! In this series, we’ll discuss the techniques and tools we used in creating it, as well as best practices we develope...

Source: The AMP Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 18/05/2020 21:19

What’s Brave Done For My Privacy Lately? Episode #4: Fingerprinting Defenses 2.0

Brave is redesigning its browser fingerprinting defenses to build on the randomization-based techniques discussed in the previous post. These new defenses provide stronger and more web-compatible protections by default… The post What’s Brave Done For...

Source: Brave Browser

Category: Browsers

Published: 18/05/2020 01:01

New Videos Introduce Web Accessibility — Great for GAAD

The Accessibility Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) has published 5 short videos that introduce evaluation resources from the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). The animated videos cover: Easy Checks — A First Review of Web Accessibili...

Source: W3C News

Category: Browsers

Published: 15/05/2020 02:32

Request for comment: how to collaboratively make trustworthy AI a reality

A little over a year ago, I wrote the first of many posts arguing: if we want a healthy internet — and a healthy digital society — we need to … Read more The post Request for comment: how to collaboratively make trustworthy AI a reality appeared firs...

Source: The Mozilla Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 14/05/2020 19:41

Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 106

Safari Technology Preview Release 106 is now available for download for macOS Catalina and macOS Mojave.

Source: WebKit

Category: Browsers

Published: 14/05/2020 17:15

Call for Review: DOM Review Draft — Published 18 June 2019 is a W3C Proposed Recommendation

As part of working with the WHATWG together on HTML and DOM, W3C selected today to endorse the WHATWG DOM Review Draft – Published 18 June 2019 as a W3C Proposed Recommendation. DOM defines a platform-neutral model for events, aborting activities, an...

Source: W3C News

Category: Browsers

Published: 14/05/2020 11:01

Protecting against resource-heavy ads in Chrome

Source: Chromium Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 14/05/2020 09:20

Handling Heavy Ad Interventions

Handling Heavy Ad Interventions Ads that consume a disproportionate amount of resources on a device negatively impact the user’s experience—from the obvious effects of degrading performance to less visible consequences...

Source: Updates

Category: Browsers

Published: 14/05/2020 00:00

Welcome Adam Seligman, Mozilla’s new Chief Operating Officer

I’m excited to announce that Adam Seligman has joined Mozilla as our new Chief Operating Officer. Adam will work closely with me to help scale our businesses, growing capabilities, revenue … Read more The post Welcome Adam Seligman, Mozilla’s new Chi...

Source: The Mozilla Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 13/05/2020 16:00

Infinite recommendations with a new and improved amp-next-page

A key part of AMP’s mission is ensuring the “long-term success of every web publisher”.  To further that mission, we know just how important it is to help web publishers increase the reach of their content. Previously, we released as an experiment t...

Source: The AMP Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 12/05/2020 17:24

What the heck happened with .org?

If you are following the tech news, you might have seen the announcement that ICANN withheld consent for the change of control of the Public Interest Registry and that this … Read more The post What the heck happened with .org? appeared first on The ...

Source: The Mozilla Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 12/05/2020 00:19

What's New In DevTools (Chrome 84)

What's New In DevTools (Chrome 84) Fix site issues with the new Issues tab The new Issues tab in the Drawer aims to help reduce the notification fatigue and clutter of the Console. Currently, the Console is the central ...

Source: Updates

Category: Browsers

Published: 12/05/2020 00:00

Mjolnir: Tooling for BAT Apollo

The post Mjolnir: Tooling for BAT Apollo appeared first on Brave Browser.

Source: Brave Browser

Category: Browsers

Published: 11/05/2020 20:44

W3C Website redesign: Short user survey

Hi everyone, I am looking for volunteers among those who use the current W3C website, to take a short user survey. In the context of the W3C Website (phase 1) redesign work, Studio 24, with whom we are partnering, are nearing the end of the “Discover...

Source: W3C Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 11/05/2020 14:08

Brave Launches Ad and Rewards Campaigns to Support Non-Profit Organizations Fighting COVID-19 Pandemic

The post Brave Launches Ad and Rewards Campaigns to Support Non-Profit Organizations Fighting COVID-19 Pandemic appeared first on Brave Browser.

Source: Brave Browser

Category: Browsers

Published: 07/05/2020 16:55

Mozilla research shows some machine voices score higher than humans

This blog post is to accompany the publication of the paper Choice of Voices: A Large-Scale Evaluation of Text-to-Speech Voice Quality for Long-Form Content in the Proceedings of CHI’20, by … Read more The post Mozilla research shows some machine voi...

Source: The Mozilla Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 07/05/2020 15:36

High Performance Web Audio with AudioWorklet in Firefox

Earlier this week, Audio Worklets landed in the release of Firefox 76. We’re ready to start bridging the gap between web audio and native. Developers can now leverage AudioWorklet to write arbitrary audio processing code. This exciting new functional...

Source: Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 07/05/2020 15:10

Call for Review: JSON-LD 1.1 Specifications are W3C Proposed Recommendations

The JSON-LD Working Group has published three Proposed Recommendations and a Working Group Note: JSON-LD 1.1 defines a JSON-based expression of Linked Data graphs. The syntax is designed to easily integrate into deployed systems that already use JSON...

Source: W3C News

Category: Browsers

Published: 07/05/2020 10:35

First Public Working Draft: Image Resource

The Web Applications Working Group has published a First Public Working Draft of Image Resource. This document defines the concept of an “image resource” and a corresponding WebIDL ImageResource dictionary. Web APIs can use the ImageResource dictiona...

Source: W3C News

Category: Browsers

Published: 07/05/2020 09:43

More on COVID Surveillance: Mobile Phone Location

Previously I wrote about the use of mobile apps for COVID contact tracing. This idea has gotten a lot of attention in the tech press — probably because there are … Read more The post More on COVID Surveillance: Mobile Phone Location appeared first on...

Source: The Mozilla Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 06/05/2020 18:01

AMP + Web Vitals – a better web, together

This week Google announced the Web Vitals initiative, a collection of guidelines highlighting what Google believes is essential to a good user experience on the web. Since the AMP Project’s goal has always been to ensure that the “web works better an...

Source: The AMP Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 06/05/2020 16:42

Payments and Authentication: Driving toward a Whole Greater than Parts

Many forces are driving rapid changes in the payments industry, including the ubiquity of mobile devices, regulatory requirements (e.g., PSD2 in Europe), and real-time payments initiatives. COVID-19 is also changing the landscape as more companies mo...

Source: W3C Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 06/05/2020 14:13

Mozilla announces the first three COVID-19 Solutions Fund Recipients

In less than two weeks, Mozilla received more than 160 applications from 30 countries for its COVID-19 Solutions Fund Awards. Today, the Mozilla Open Source Support Program (MOSS) is excited … Read more The post Mozilla announces the first three COVI...

Source: The Mozilla Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 06/05/2020 13:59

Firefox 76: Audio worklets and other tricks

Firefox 76 delivers great new features for web platform support, such as Audio Worklets and Intl improvements, on the JavaScript side. Also, we’ve added a number of topnotch improvements to Firefox DevTools to make JavaScript debugging and developmen...

Source: Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 05/05/2020 14:30

Introducing Web Vitals: essential metrics for a healthy site

Source: Chromium Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 05/05/2020 09:00

Creating accessible sites with AMP

The open web is powerful due to its ability to give everyone access to the same information. This means the Web needs to be designed to work for all people regardless of their location, hardware preferences, language, or abilities. AMP invests in thi...

Source: The AMP Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 04/05/2020 16:55

W3C opens Advisory Board (AB) election

The W3C Advisory Committee having nominated eight individuals, is invited today to vote until 1 June 2020 for five seats in the W3C Advisory Board (AB) election. Please, read the statements of the nominees. Created in March 1998, the Advisory Board p...

Source: W3C News

Category: Browsers

Published: 04/05/2020 11:53

Web Stories, powered by AMP

In the two years since the AMP project brought the story format to the web, we have seen many publishers adopt the format to tell compelling, visually-rich stories. From VICE’s story on the Isle of Dogs to Globo’s coverage of cars of the future, the ...

Source: The AMP Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 01/05/2020 16:41

W3C and XR Immersive Enterprise 2020

W3C has been driving a set of discussions around the AR/VR/XR space since our first W3C Workshop on Web and Virtual Reality in 2016.  Since then the work has expanded both the depth and scope of what we’re doing and is now under the Immersive Web Wor...

Source: W3C Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 01/05/2020 15:04

First Public Working Draft: Challenges with Accessibility Guidelines Conformance and Testing, and Approaches for Mitigating Them

The Accessibility Guidelines Working Group has published a First Public Working Draft of Challenges with Accessibility Guidelines Conformance and Testing, and Approaches for Mitigating Them. This document explores how testability and page-based confo...

Source: W3C News

Category: Browsers

Published: 01/05/2020 05:16

Using multiple profiles at work and at home is now easier with Microsoft Edge

Our customers tell us that they like to keep their browsing data separate as they take on various roles in their lives. For people at home working from their own devices, this is particularly important. Microsoft Edge’s “Profiles” feature is a great ...

Source: Microsoft Edge Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 30/04/2020 16:53

Fuzzing Firefox with WebIDL

Fuzzing, or fuzz testing, is an automated approach for testing the safety and stability of software. For the past 3 years, the Firefox fuzzing team has been developing a new fuzzer to identify security vulnerabilities in the implementation of WebAPIs...

Source: Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 30/04/2020 15:12

Binance widget now available to all Brave desktop browser users, enabling seamless cryptocurrency trading and management

The post Binance widget now available to all Brave desktop browser users, enabling seamless cryptocurrency trading and management appeared first on Brave Browser.

Source: Brave Browser

Category: Browsers

Published: 30/04/2020 14:34

WAVE Webinar and Intro Video

We’re excited about the work that continues on the WAVE web accessibility evaluation tool in WebAIM’s 20th year. In the last year we launched a new visual design, including new icons and functionality, for the online WAVE service and Chrome and Firef...

Source: WebAIM Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 29/04/2020 20:15

Contact Tracing, Governments, and Data

Digital contact tracing apps have emerged in recent weeks as one potential tool in a suite of solutions that would allow countries around the world to respond to the COVID-19 … Read more The post Contact Tracing, Governments, and Data appeared first ...

Source: The Mozilla Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 29/04/2020 16:02

Looking at designs for COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps

A number of the proposals for how to manage the COVID-19 pandemic rely on being able to determine who has come into contact with infected people and therefore are at … Read more The post Looking at designs for COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps appeared f...

Source: The Mozilla Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 29/04/2020 15:58

Keeping spam off the Chrome Web Store

Source: Chromium Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 29/04/2020 10:45

Which Video Call Apps Can You Trust?

Amid the pandemic, Mozilla is educating consumers about popular video apps’ privacy and security features and flaws [Update, April 29: Following the publication of Mozilla’s guide, Discord updated their password … Read more The post Which Video Call ...

Source: The Mozilla Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 28/04/2020 13:11

Introducing the fastest and most user-friendly content encryption

Stuck between keeping content secure and providing a great user experience? The debate is over! We’re introducing a new type of premium experience! Client-side content encryption is a fast and user-friendly solution to protect and serve premium conte...

Source: The AMP Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 27/04/2020 20:13

New data on GDPR enforcement agencies reveal why the GDPR is failing

New data from Brave reveals that European governments have not equipped their national authorities to enforce the GDPR. Brave has called on the European Commission to launch an infringement procedure against 27 European governments.  The post New dat...

Source: Brave Browser

Category: Browsers

Published: 27/04/2020 00:00

Introducing Code-Fi, the AMP code-from-home music mix

The last month and a half have been hard for everyone around the world. As the developer community continues coding away from home, the AMP outreach team wanted to share something we put together to hopefully improve your coding experience. Introduci...

Source: The AMP Blog

Category: Browsers

Published: 24/04/2020 15:39

Browser First-Run: iOS Edition

The post Browser First-Run: iOS Edition appeared first on Brave Browser.

Source: Brave Browser

Category: Browsers

Published: 24/04/2020 14:58

 

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