Posts Tagged ‘web browsers’

About HTML5 Boilerplate

I wanted to take a few minutes to discuss HTML5 Boilerplate, a template that’s rapidly going around the web development community. I’ve had a few email threads and chats about this recently and thought I’d just put all my thoughts together in one place now. I’ll start by saying it’s not a bad template. It’s […]

Mobile Browsing UI

It’s interesting to watch mobile web browsing UI develop. This is really the first time since web browsers existed that they have received a large overhaul. Sure things like tabs are “major”, but when you really look at it, Safari, Chrome, IE, Firefox are all strikingly similar to the original Mosaic (this is 1.0 running […]

Safari Redux

I said yesterday: Security – I have a feeling this will make it much more of a target to hackers. So far Safari has fared pretty well. I guess we’ll see. Well, that didn’t take long. The bottom line is: web browsers are complicated pieces of software that deal with a ton of different technologies […]