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Improving Chromium’s browser compatibility in 2020

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Web Engine Diversity and Ecosystem Health

As front-end developers, our job is working with browsers. Knowing how many we have and the health of them is always of great interest. As far as numbers go, we have fewer recently than we have in the past. It’s only this month that Edge is starting to auto-update browsers to the Chromium version, yet another notable milestone in the shrinking number of browsers.… Read article “Web Engine Diversity and Ecosystem Health”

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Things you can do with a browser in 2020

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Microbrowsers are Everywhere

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Zero hands up.

It’s worth making this clear then. On iOS, the only browser engine is WebKit. There are other browsers, but they can’t bring their own engine (Blink/Gecko). So, if you’re using Chrome or Firefox on iOS, it’s really the same engine Safari is using, only slightly less … Read article “Zero hands up.”

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What happens when you open a new install of browsers for the 1st time?

Interesting research from Jonathan Sampson, where he watches the network requests a browser makes the very first time you launch it on a fresh install, and otherwise do nothing. This gives you a little insight into what kind of information that browser wants to collect and disseminate.

This was all shared as tweets, but I’m linking to an unrolled thread if there’s one available:

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Browser Engine Diversity

We lost Opera when they went Chrome in 2013. Same deal with Edge when it also went Chrome earlier this year. Mike Taylor called these changes a “Decreasingly Diverse Browser Engine World” in a talk I’d like to see.

So all we’ve got left is Chrome-stuff, Firefox-stuff, and Safari-stuff. Chrome and Safari share the same lineage but have diverged enough, evolve separately enough, and are walled away from each other enough that it makes sense to think of them as … Read article “Browser Engine Diversity”

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WorldWideWeb

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Browser Diversity Commentary, Regarding the Edge News

Still no word from the horse’s mouth about the reported EdgeHTML demise, but I hear that’s coming later today. The blog posts are starting to roll in about the possible impact of this though.

Update: here are the official announcements.… Read article “Browser Diversity Commentary, Regarding the Edge News”

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Safari Ripper ☠️