The Progressives PWAs go beyond what traditional web applications can do. They give users a reliable, secure and always available experience regardless of network connectivity. They also carry a very small footprint and don't need to be installed unlike native ... Read more
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Google announced that it would be discontinuing support for the third-oldest version of a web browse
Net Applications has released its latest round of monthly browser market share data. Results show th
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes at ZDNet runs through the standard series of browser benchmarks comparing Microsoft's latest and greatest IE9 to the other major players: Firefox 4 RC, Chrome 10, Safari 5, and Opera 11. Microsoft's hard work on IE9 seems to have paid off with the 32-bit version of the browser winning one of the four benchmarks and being a decent contender in the other three. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the 64-bit version of IE9 which suffers due to the lack of a Just In Time (JIT) script compiler.
Royal Pingdom: Web developers fight a constant struggle: They want to use modern web browser feature