A couple of months ago, Opera announced they were dropping Presto in favor of WebKit to allow them to spend their time focusing on the browser rather than the HTML rendering engine within it. This was seen by some people as a loss for web standards as Opera were the major company pushing standards and […]
Big news in the world of HTML this morning as Opera announce the end of Presto and a move to Webkit for all future products HTML rendering. Leaving the only three major rendering engines Gecko, Webkit and Trident. Mixed views on Twitter this morning, my opinion is its a shame that they feel the need […]
Last night I went along to an ‘informal bootcamp’ on HTML5 hosted by Opera developers Patrick Lauke and Chris Mills. Together with some guest speakers they present standards>next, a Manchester meetup to discuss new web technologies and how we can use them today.
As more and more people start browsing on their mobiles, ensuring our sites work ok on small screens is going to become more important. Here are a few emulators you can use to test your websites look and work ok. http://developer.android.com/guide/developing/tools/emulator.html http://www.opera.com/mini/demo/ https://www.blackberry.com/Downloads/entry.do?code=060AD92489947D410D897474079C1477 http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsmobile/default.aspx http://developer.palm.com/
Unless you use Opera, Safari (windows version), Chrome and several others… not to mention IE6 used by more ‘Office’ workers than anyone. The Microsoft Office team working on the new web version have announced in a very ironic blog post that the new service will only be supported via the following browsers Internet Explorer 7 […]