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