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Können Web Components die Web-Welt revolutionieren?

Bevor wir diese Frage beantworten können, müssen wir im ersten Schritt analysieren, was man unter dem Begriff Web Components versteht. Nach dem World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) soll die Web Components Spezifikation einen Weg bereitstellen, mit dem man Web-Anwendungen in … Continue reading

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Integrating PDF.js as PDF viewer in your web application

When writing business web applications you often need to show PDF files in your application. But this requires that the user has an installation of a PDF viewer (e.g. Adobe Reader) and the browser plugin is activated. With PDF.js there … Continue reading

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Apache Cordova / Adobe PhoneGap 3.0 Released

Apache Cordova aka Adobe PhoneGap – an open source framework for creating mobile apps using web technologies (HTML, CSS, JavaScript) – has been released in version 3.0. The major new features are: New plugin architecture – even the base APIs … Continue reading

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The web starts to blink: Chrome drops WebKit as its rendering engine – announces Blink

Recently, concerns arised that WebKit could become the new IE6 (the majority of web developers optimized and tested only for compatibility with IE6 before the great browser wars). As it turns out, these concerns will not fullfill, as the world’s … Continue reading

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StatCounter Browser Market Share July 2012 – Google Chrome is #1

According to statcounter.com, Google Chrome is the most used browser worldwide in July 2012 – with a market share of 33.81%. When looking at worldwide market shares of July 2012, these are the most used browsers: Google Chrome – 33.81% … Continue reading

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Firefox 6 GWT plugin

The GWT 2.4 release was a great release, but there was something missing. The newest Firefox and Safari versions closed the door to the GWT plugin, and somehow all of us were caught with the pants down. As of today … Continue reading

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Javascript performance comparision

Nice article about comparing javascript framework performance on different browsers: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/web/library/wa-aj-advjquery/index.html?ca=dgr-twtrjQuery-Intrameddth-WD&S_TACT=105AGY83&S_CMP=TWDW You saw that jQuery can be considered one of the faster libraries you can choose. However, you also saw that even if you choose one of the fast JavaScript … Continue reading

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