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Google Forks WebKit And Launches Blink, A New Rendering Engine That Will Soon Power Chrome And Chrome OS

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Google just announced that it is forking WebKit and launching this fork as Blink. As Google describes it, Blink is “a new rendering engine based on WebKit” that will, over time, “naturally evolve in different directions.” Blink, Google says, will be all about speed and simplicity. It will soon make...
Google Forks WebKit And Launches Blink, A New Rendering Engine That Will Soon Power Chrome And Chrome OS
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Google's Blink team pulls 8.8 million lines of WebKit code in one month

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Google let us all know that it would strip out unneeded WebKit code to make its Blink web engine scream, but it never said exactly what kind of pace we could expect. The answer, it turns out, is "breakneck." The company's Alex Komoroske told Google I/O attendees that the...
Google's Blink team pulls 8.8 million lines of WebKit code in one month

Google Announces Blink, Its Own Rendering Engine For WebKit

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Google is announcing today that it is creating a new rendering engine, dubbed Blink, for the popular but controversial browser engine WebKit that powers browsers such as Chrome and Apple's Safari. Blink will be an open source part of Google's Chromium project, one intended to simplify the architecture of WebKit...
Google Announces Blink, Its Own Rendering Engine For WebKit

Apple backs web development resource site Web Platform Docs

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Web Platform Docs, an online knowledge base dedicated to the Open Web Platform that will one day deliver comprehensive references and tutorials for developers, launched in "alpha form" on Monday, with the initiative supported by industry giants Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and others....
Apple backs web development resource site Web Platform Docs
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Mozilla wants app submissions for its open-Web plans

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As part of the company's plan to create an open-Web platform, it's asking developers to submit apps that will be operating system and device-independent. [Read more]...
Mozilla wants app submissions for its open-Web plans

Mozilla in Mobile – the Web is the Platform

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This week we are in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress 2012, the mobile industry’s largest trade show. Our goal is to meet with industry operators, vendors and developers to further the cause of promoting an open, people-centric Web for consumers and developers across all devices and platforms. Today, we announced several...
Mozilla in Mobile – the Web is the Platform

Apple joins consortium backing Open Web Platform doc site

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Apple has joined forces with most of the other big industry players (HP, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, Facebook and others) in supporting Web Platform Docs, a new site dedicated to documentation, reference and tutorials for the various components that make up the Open Web Platform. OWP is a community-driven project that...
Apple joins consortium backing Open Web Platform doc site

Google Has Already Removed 8.8M Lines Of WebKit Code From Blink

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Google’s decision to fork WebKit and launch its own Blink rendering engine came as a surprise when the company made the announcement just over a month ago. Yesterday at the Google I/O developer conference, the Blink team provided an update about the state of the engine. As Alex Komoroske, a product...
Google Has Already Removed 8.8M Lines Of WebKit Code From Blink

Blink, Servo And Rust: A Good Week For Browsers

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It’s sure been an interesting week for this of us who cover browsers. Last weekend, we heard that Internet Explorer 11 will probably support WebGL and SPDY. Then, on Tuesday I got an email from Mozilla, asking if I had time to get on the phone with Mozilla’s CTO Brendan...
Blink, Servo And Rust: A Good Week For Browsers
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