Yesterday Google announced they were going to create a new rendering engine based on WebKit. The new engine will be named Blink and it is going to be an integral part of Chromium, their open source browser on which Chrome is based.
Why did they leave WebKit and how is this going to affect Safari and other browsers based on WebKit?
Continue reading “Thoughts on Blink”
After implementing a new reporting backend for html5test.com, I noticed something strange. It seemed like there were an unusually high number of visits from browsers that claimed to be Safari but did have scores that were different from my own devices. It looked like there were quite a lot of visits from browsers that were lying about their identity.
Continue reading “Everybody wants to be like Safari – or why Apple’s browser marketshare is inflated”