Category: Web Developing

Google Removes 8.8 Million Lines Of WebKit Code From Blink

By | May 21, 2013 | 6 Comments

Google Removes 8.8 Million Lines Of WebKit Code From Blink  Cuts rendering time from 4 seconds to 32 ms as well.

If you were wondering with how much of a fragmentation Google has had to put up with before switching to Blink, then Alex Komoroske, Chrome’s Open Web Platform product manager, might give you an idea.

During Google’s I/O conference, Alex shared that the Blink team has already removed 8.8 million lines of code from the original WebKit source, which is quite impressive.
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HTML5 Awesome: Google Racer

By | May 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

The web is so much better than it was just a few years ago (minus people that try to control it) and thanks to Google’s latest project, it went from great to awesome.
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Google Thanks Web Developers (Video)

By | May 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Earlier this month, Microsoft has published a video to thank developers for their contributions all over the world. Now, it looks like Google too has decided to thank them with (in my opinion) a much better version.

JPEG Vs. Google’s WebP

By | May 15, 2013 | 9 Comments

JPEG Vs. Google’s WebP

And one more thing…

How else can Google demonstrate its superiority? Display how WebP compares to JPEG or PNG, obviously. Without sacrificing the quality, WebP is able to achieve dramatic reduction in size by up to 34% when compared to JPEG and up to 26% when compared to PNG.
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Microsoft Thanks Developers With A Lame Video

By | May 10, 2013 | 2 Comments

Microsoft Thanks Developers With A Lame VideoHow many is too many?

When it comes to deep pockets, Microsoft is certainly one of the sugar daddies. However, while plenty of the companies spend an equal amount of money actually developing and improving their products, it looks like Microsoft’s latest approach is just to keep pushing ads, videos and some HTML5 web sites.

After all, who needs competitive features such as: synced tabs, updated Internet Options dialog that does not look like something from the 90s or even frequent releases? Everything is irrelevant when you choose to ignore competition and have big bucks to keep feeding your marketing machine.
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Picture: Developing A Website

By | May 9, 2013 | 4 Comments

It’s going to be great.

Picture: Internet Explorer Site Development

HTML5: Epic Citadel On Unreal Engine 3

By | May 6, 2013 | 3 Comments

After Mozilla’s partnership announcement with Epic Games earlier this year, both companies have finally demonstrated the capabilities of HTML5 and JavaScript in a new video, which shows a web version of “Epic Citadel” demo that does not require any plugins to run.

The best part? According to the video, it took them only 3 days to do so, thanks to asm.js and Emscripten, which first appeared in Firefox 22 Alpha.

Internet Explorer 11 Developer Tools Hands On (Video)

By | May 2, 2013 | 2 Comments

If you’ve been keen on learning more details about the IE’s updated developer tools, here is a short hands on video, which should give you a far better impression than yesterday’s screenshot. Starts at around 3:30.
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New Windows 8 Leak Hints At Updated IE11 Developer Tools

By | May 1, 2013 | 5 Comments

New Windows 8 Leak Hints At Updated IE11 Developer ToolsIt looks like Microsoft needs to hire a set of new plumbers as Windows 8 details (and builds) are constantly leaked to the net.

The latest one, Windows 8 Build 9385, among other things includes an updated version of Internet Explorer 11, which hints at a new user interface for developer tools.

Windows 8.1 build 9385 also includes improved developer tools for IE11, with a new interface for accessing debugging and other options.
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Tip: Extract Web Site’s Color Scheme

By | April 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Tip: Extract Web Site's Color Scheme

Now here is something for the Firefox web developers. If you’ve been looking for an easy tool to quickly parse the color scheme of the web site that suits your taste (from images and CSS), then “Rainbow Color Tools” is the add-on you’ve been waiting for.

In addition to that, you can also use RCT as a color picker and save them for the later use.
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