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
My name is Radek, I am a Mac Product Tester in Opera’s Wroclaw office. I started working in Opera in December last year.
We have another developer update for you today. This release includes some fixes for Opera menu, bookmark bar, tabs and Discover. Please see the changelog for the full list.
The network installer for Windows is exactly the same as last time. It will, however, download the latest version.Read more
The first Firefox OS smartphones launched just a few months ago and we are already making progress on building Firefox OS for more platforms and devices.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