Ever since I saw the very first web browser by Tim Berners-Lee I’ve been fascinated by the web. I love web standards and open source. Currently I run HTML5test.com, created WhichBrowser and I regularly speak at conferences. I am also chairman of the Fronteers Conference committee. Follow me on Twitter at @html5test.

Upcoming talks

With the pandemic and all I have no talks scheduled at the moment. Maybe when things are back to normal again.


Using the Apple Studio Display on a Windows machine

I bought an Apple Studio Display. But unlike most people, I intend to use it for my Windows machine, which does not make much sense but hear me out. I run Mac and Windows because I develop software for both Mac and Windows and am currently using an ageing iMac Pro and a pretty good […]

Why Safari does not need any protection from Chromium

Lately, web developers have begun to question Apple’s monopoly over browser rendering engines on iOS. The App Store rules force browsers on iOS to use the same rendering engine as Safari instead of using their own, as they do on every other platform, including macOS. I’ve written about this before and why this is a […]

Hardware and the web: the balance between usefulness, security and privacy

About a year ago, Apple released a list of Web API’s they were not going to implement in Safari due to privacy and security issues. They worried that these API’s were going to allow fingerprinting and tracking of users. And that is, of course, a big privacy no-no. Sounds reasonable, right?  But what kinds of […]