Over the next few days we’ll release a series of screencasts explaining how to start your first Open Web App and develop for Firefox OS.
It’s been a while since I posted here, heh?
Spring is coming at an impressive pace in Europe: last year we still had snow in April, but this year we probably would be able to start the swimming season in less than three weeks.
But enough of swimming plans. Here’s something more important we’re keeping pace with – our release cycle. Today we’re updating Opera Stable stream.Read more
Article written by Soledad Penadés, edited by Angelina Fabbro.
Last week we released Brick 1.0, our carefully curated set of web components for rapid development. Using components makes it very easy to use and integrate these UI widgets with existing code and frameworks.Read more
Since I work on the Engine part in Desktop, this blog post will be slightly more “engine-ish” .Read more
This security update resolves sixteen privately reported and two publicly disclosed vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer. The most severe vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution if a user views a specially crafted Web page using Internet Explorer. An attacker who successfully exploited the most severe of these vulnerabilities could gain the same user rights as the current user. Users whose accounts are configured to have fewer user rights on the system could be less impacted than users who operate with administrative user rights.Read more
Firetext is an open-source word processor. The project was started in early 2013 by @HRanDEV, @logan-r, and me (@Joshua-S). The goal of the project was to provide a user-friendly editing experience, and to fill a major gap in functionality on Firefox OS.Read more
At the IETF in London last week, we presented a proposal called Certificate Reputation for detecting fraudulent certificates, in order to protect you from attackers that could have stolen a site’s identity. This prevents malicious sites from phishing your personal information like passwords, bank account numbers, credit card numbers etc. Recent attacks against public and Microsoft CAs (e.g. Read more
We’re rolling out a new Opera developer update. This includes bug fixes. Bookmarks which are dragged from Bookmarks Bar to Tab Bar are now opening in the proper place on Mac – not as the last tab. The behavior of download notification button is also fixed – it was still visible after cleaning the download history and now it’s hidden like it’s supposed to.
You can check full list of fixes in the changelog.Read more
In IE11, you can click or tap a button in the address bar to put a Web page article into reading view.
In this article, we will explore the use of Mozilla’s Brick and X-Tag libraries. First we’ll use Brick to rapidly prototype a simple application. Then, we’ll build a custom web component using X-Tag.Read more
Opera for Windows and Mac makes browsing the web beautiful, efficient and fast. We’ve now come to version 20. You can update Opera automatically, or download it.
Here are the highlights of features that we’re introducing with this version of Opera:
Drag and drop Speed Dial entries to the bookmarks barRead more
We are getting closer with each day to the final release of Opera 20. This update contains the important fix for the dangling processes some of you encountered after closing Opera window. Please check if it’s fixed for you Have fun testing, thank you for the feedback.Read more