Fighting for data privacy — making sure people know who has access to their data, where it goes or could go, and that they have a choice in all of it — is part of Mozilla’s DNA. Privacy is an integral part of building an Internet where people come first.
“Individuals’ security and privacy on the Internet are fundamental and must not be treated as optional.” ~ Mozilla Manifesto (principle #4)”Read more
Opera has now come to version number 19. Or is it 20… Hmm, this version numbering is getting out of control. We have a fast developing cycle. The reason why we have a version number inflation is because of the way we work now.Read more
I did not know how to start this post. So I wrote a limerick instead:
Oslo is cold, windy, and covered in snow
We are working on getting the bug count low
We are always working on fixing some more
Continuous improvements are what we aim for
Much stabilization, Opera Next will undergo
Another Opera Developer build is out of the door. You have been waiting for it while we worked on stabilizing Opera 19, but it’s worth the wait. This changelog contains a bunch of fixes. Want to see if the bugs that bothered you are now resolved? Install the updated Opera Developer desktop browser and give it a try.
PS: What you see here is the start of the next Opera Next.Read more
Hi there, we have another Opera Next release for you today.
The only change is that we have decided to turn off HiDPI mode on Windows. This should resolve video playback issues some were having.Downloads Read more
WebGL brings hardware-accelerated 3D graphics to the web. Many features of WebGL 2 are available today as WebGL extensions. In this article, we describe how to use the WEBGL_draw_buffers extension to create a scene with a large number of dynamic lights using a technique called deferred shading, which is popular among top-tier games.Read more
As Firefox OS devices are launched in more and more countries and apps become available to users of all different languages, it becomes increasingly important to consider localizing your app. Making your app available in more languages is one of the best ways to make your app available and relevant to more users.Read more
Android edges out iOS with the most mobile phone ad impressions in Q4 2013, tablet wars heat up Holidays drive 13% increase in new mobile devices in U.S., 22% in Europe, according to Opera Mediaworks Q4 report
Hello, my name is Mathias, and I joined Opera just a few weeks ago. Today, we’re rolling out some fixes for the Opera Next stream.Read more
This is a guest post by the developers at gskinner. Mozilla has been working with the CreateJS.com team at gskinner to bring new features to their open-source libraries and make sure they work great on Firefox OS.Read more
I’m Grzegorz and this is the first time I’m writing a post for the Desktop
team blog. I’ve been working in Opera since 2010 and currently leading the
testing of Addons. If you find any extension issues, leave a comment, and
we’ll deal with it.
Today, we’re rolling out some fixes for Opera Next stream.Read more
Data compression for Android and iOS Read more
Co-written by Beth Dakin and Mihnea-Vlad Ovidenie
CSS regions are an exciting technology that make it easier than ever to create rich, magazine-like layouts within web content. Regions have been under development in WebKit for a while now, and we’re delighted to tell you that they are available for use in Safari on iOS 7, Safari 7 on Mavericks, and Safari 6.1 on Mountain Lion.
So I wrote this little article for my personal blog:Read more
I am happy to announce that as of r155146, we now require our various ports to build with compilers that support some C++11 features. This means that we don’t need to use the COMPILER_SUPPORTS() macro to conditionally use these features anymore. These are:
- Type inference
- Static assertions
- Move semantics
We’ve chosen these three features because they are well-supported in recent versions of the compilers we use: clang, MSVC and GCC.Read more