Chrome is going to use “Blink” as a rendering engine now, a fork of WebKit. I imagine the Chromium team will stop committing back to WebKit, so that project will stagnate a bit. Safari is already rather slow to update, and iOS only allows WebKit on browsers, so that’s a bit of a bummer. Overall it’s probably a good move and keeps Chrome charging forward. No more vendor prefixes, they say.
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