Welcome to this months web developer browser news.
Chrome forks WebKit
Google has announce to fork WebKit into it’s new rendering engine Blink. This means over the long run Chrome and other Webkit browsers (like Safari) will no longer support the same feature set.
You can find answers to the most common questions here.
The version 26 of Google Chrome was released in March 2013. You can read all details in the release notes
. The new key freatures are:
- Enhanced spell-checking
- Support for multible users on Windows
- Async DNS resolve on MAC / Linux
IE and Flash on Win 8
Last month Microsoft has released an update to IE10 on Windows 8 which allows playback of all Flash content by default.You can read all about this decision here
IE 10 Administration Kit
Last month Microsoft has released the IE 10 Administration Kit for Windows 7 and 8. The Administration Kit allows creation and management of custom IE 10 packages.You can download the Administration Kit here
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