Posts Tagged ‘apng’

Rebreaking The Web

It’s happening again. Once upon a time, browser vendors started adding their own features without consulting with each other and agreeing upon standards. What they created was a giant mess of inconsistencies across browsers and platforms that is still in effect today. Ask any web developer and they can tell you of the pains that […]

APNG Support On Trunk

In my habit of checking recent checkins to the trunk, I noticed support for APNG has landed [Bug 257197]. Because it’s based on PNG, APNG can use partial transparency, which can help reduce those jagged looking edges. From what I can tell, for older clients that don’t support APNG it should just show the first […]