PhantomJS is a commodity version of what I built at Danger and others have built for specific use cases again and again – a headless, scriptable web browser. Pretty cool.
Tag Archives: webkit
Detecting advanced CSS features
I decided to do some fancy typography in my résumé, but I wanted to have a sane fallback for browsers that don’t support the latest features. I have my name rotated 90 degrees using CSS3 transforms, but simply applying the transform: rotate(-90deg) CSS property isn’t enough to get the effect I want. To make it …
Mozilla and WebKit, browser platform wars.
This post began as a comment on Matthew Gertner’s blog post The Browser Platform Wars. It’s a rant not an article, don’t take it personally. In my experience (8 years building Mozilla based products and playing with WebKit since it was first released as WebCore in 2003) there are a few clear technical and social …
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