Hello from Oslo,
We are ready with the first Opera 19 developer build. Why don't you give it a go and see if you like it? Your feedback is always appreciated.
There is a new option 'Advanced settings' under opera:settings-> Browser. It controls 'Use hardware acceleration when available (requires Opera restart)' under System and 'Disable tab bar's top spacing when browser window is maximized' under User Interface. Read more
Hello from Oslo,
We are ready with the first Opera 19 developer build. Why don’t you give it a go and see if you like it? Your feedback is always appreciated.
There is a new option ‘Advanced settings’ under opera:settings-> Browser. It controls ‘Use hardware acceleration when available (requires Opera restart)’ under System and ‘Disable tab bar’s top spacing when browser window is maximized’ under User Interface.
More options for power-users will be introduced over time.Read more
You’ve put your hard work into building a great app. If you want to get paid for your app then the Firefox Marketplace supports app receipts and verification of those receipts.
Receipt verification is how we ensure that your app has been paid for in the case of both hosted and packaged apps. It’s important to point out that we don’t limit the installation or distribution of apps from the Marketplace. They can be installed by anyone without limitation, they just won’t have the receipt.Read more
If you are closely following our blog, you know that I’m back from vacation, so today I proudly present you this Opera Next update!
Short weather update: Myst.Read more
Short weather update: Myst.
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We are working hard on Opera 18 and Opera 19 to deliver the best product possible, but we also have to make sure that Opera 17 is up to date. Here is an update for Opera 17 with some nice crash-fixes and
a chromium upgrade.
P.S. If you are after a weather update, I can tell you that this Monday we saw the first snowflakes drifting down from the sky outside the Oslo office.Read more
We are working hard on Opera 18 and Opera 19 to deliver the best product possible, but we also have to make sure that Opera 17 is up to date. Here is an update for Opera 17 with some nice crash-fixes and a chromium upgrade.Read more
Emulation is the cool technique that makes retro gaming possible, i.e. play old video games on modern devices. It allows pixel lovers to revive gaming experiences from the past. In this article we will demonstrate that the web platform is suitable for emulation, even on mobile where by definition everything is limited.Read more
Today, we submitted a new proposal to the W3C, CSS Scrolling Snap Points, designed to enable fast and fluid panning experiences for touch and other input devices, based on APIs introduced in IE10 and improved in IE11. These APIs enable developers to more easily build panning experiences such as paginated content and scrolling photo galleries that are perfect for touch and work just as easily with mouse, keyboard, or trackpad. A great example of this experience is the MSN homepage optimized for Windows 8:Read more
This past summer, some of the most passionate and creative web developers out there innovated with the File API in our July Dev Derby contest. After sorting through the entries, an all-star cast of former judges–Peter Lubbers, Eric Shepherd, and David Walsh–decided on three winners and two runners-up.Read more
Before we dig into the how let’s take a look at the why.
From the beginning, Air Mozilla has been a straight forward Django project that uses the ORM without requiring any database specific features. It didn’t really matter what database you used. Here at Mozilla, we currently prefer MySQL because we have a rock solid and mature infrastructure set up around running it. (Thank you database team!)Read more